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Veto politics set up standoffs between Gianforte and lawmakers

Hardball negotiations over potential veto overrides could jeopardize major bipartisan legislation from the 2023 session that still awaits consideration by Gov. Greg Gianforte, including a high-profile childcare funding bill and a portion of an increase to Medicaid provider reimbursement rates written into the state budget, several lawmakers said this week.

Eureka school project produces twin tiny homes

Over the past school year, students at Eureka High have built a pair of tiny homes from scratch. For those involved, the project touches on several major themes in Montana, from trades-based education and workforce development to housing costs and teacher pay.

Indian Caucus priorities signed into law

Gianforte signed both the Montana Indian Child Welfare Act and a bill revising Indian Education For All laws earlier this week. The first bill secures Indigenous family protections in state law, and the second revises how Native history is taught in schools.


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