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States Who Pay to Open National Parks Could be Paid Back if New Bill by Steve Daines Passes

After Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced last Thursday that states could reopen national parks by using state funds, Montana Governor Steve Bullock was asked if he would push to open the parks. At the time, Bullock said "Of course not," but now Congressman Steve Daines is trying to sweeten the deal by proposing a bill that would shift the tab to the federal government.

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Tax Study Ranks Montana as One of the Best States For Business

According to a new report by the Tax Foundation, Montana ranked better than nearly all U.S. States when it came to providing a healthy business tax climate.

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Lack of Federal Economic Data Impacting Montana Economists

A political stalemate in Washington D.C. has led to the closure of some federal functions, one of which is the collection and publication of economic data. Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research Director Patrick Barkey said that even if the information is gathered later, much of it won't be as useful.

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Montana’s Jobs for Graduates Program Ranked Number One in the Nation

Montana's Jobs for Graduates program was ranked number one in the nation this week. Montana Department of Labor and Industry spokeswoman Casey Kyler-West said the program has proven to have a long list of positive outcomes.

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Montana Total Employment Drops by 650, Unemployment Rate Stays at 5.3 Percent in August

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry is out with its unemployment rate numbers for the month of August, and the offerings are extremely similar to the results in past months.

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New Study Breaks Down How Americans Spent All Their Money in 2012

Money – we all want it, but once we have it, where does it go?

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2013 Montana Fire Supression Costs Extremely Low Compared to 2012

In 2012, Montanans faced an extremely long fire season that plunged deep into October and, though that could still happen in 2013, signs are pointing to a significantly less expensive fire season for the state.

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Missoula County to Auction Mobile Homes Over Delinquent Taxes, Many Still Occupied

Tuesday, September 10, is the last day for the owners of mobile homes in Missoula to pay off delinquent taxes from 2012.

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Montana Hunting Seasons Already Underway [AUDIO]

September marks the beginning of the long-awaited hunting seasons in Montana. In fact, several seasons are already underway.

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Start Saving Now Because Stunning Research Reveals It Will Cost More Than $240,000 to Raise Your child

We all know raising a child isn’t cheap. But now we have an idea just how much we’re talking about.

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