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Tourists and Travelers Love to Spend Their Money in Montana – Northwestern Montana and Missoula County Highlighted

A research study recently conducted at the University of Montana found that nonresident travel and tourist spending continues to increase in the Treasure State.

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Montana Ranks Number One in ‘States that Spend More Than They Make’

Montana is making it rain! When most of us get our paycheck we have a tendency to blow our money on the finer things in life. Who knew? Kind of shocking considering that we were just ranked one of the worst places to make a living. Ah well, YOLO. Right? 

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Lobbyists Spend $5.8 million at 2015 Montana Legislature

Lobbyists spent at least $5.8 million to influence Montana lawmakers and the issues they discussed this year.

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Montana Tourism Industry on the Rise – 2015 Looking Good, Predicts Tourism Director

According to a report by the University of Montana, the state of Montana's tourism industry is strong.

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State Lawmaker Faces Fine Over Spending Report

Montana's political practices commissioner says a newly elected Democratic state representative faces an undetermined fine for initially failing to report $900 she spent for campaign postcards.

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Nonresident Travel Spending Contributes to Six Montana Travel Regions

An analysis recently completed at the University of Montana highlights the economic contribution of nonresident travel spending to each of the six travel regions in Montana.

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Senator Jon Tester Praises Vote on his Constitutional Amendment Which Looks to Limit Spending in Elections

Senator Jon Tester is praising a recent vote on his Constitutional amendment that attempts to reduce "out-of-control" spending in elections.

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Public Education Spending Dropped for First Time in 2011, but Not in Montana

The U.S. Census Bureau has been tracking state spending on public education annually since the 1970's, but in all of that time there had never been a year in which spending on public education went down.

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