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Helena, MT – Today Governor Steve and First Lady Lisa Bullock joined young farmers in Montana in taking the pulse pledge.  The pledge is part of a greater effort, in conjunction with the International Year of Pulses, to introduce more consumers to nutritious, low-cost, protein-packed...
Wednesday, January 13, 2016/Categories: Former Governors, Montana.gov/Tags: Department of Agriculture, Pulse Pledge
Governor Bullock Appoints Mike Cooney as Lieutenant Governor

Today Governor Steve Bullock appointed former Montana Secretary of State Mike Cooney as Montana’s  Lieutenant Governor.  

Wednesday, December 30, 2015/Categories: Former Governors, Montana.gov/Tags: mike cooney, Lt Governor
Montana’s Unemployment Rate at 4.1 Percent in October
Montana’s unemployment rate remained at 4.1 percent in October with no change over the month.
Governor Bullock Continues to Encourage Funding Land and Water Conservation Fund
Helena, Mont. – In response to the hearing in Congress before House Natural Resources on reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), Montana Governor Steve Bullock again urged Congress to support full mandatory funding and permanent reauthorization of the LWCF, which...
Wednesday, November 18, 2015/Categories: Department of Environmental Quality, Former Governors, Montana.gov/Tags:
Governor Bullock Signs Executive Order Creating Interim Montana Clean Power Plan Advisory Council
Today, Governor Steve Bullock issued an executive order creating the Interim Montana Clean Power Plan Advisory Council.  The Council will gather information and provide recommendations on policies and actions necessary for the State of Montana to keep control over its energy future,...
Governor Bullock Secures Approval of Plan to Extend Health Coverage to Thousands of Montanans
Governor Steve Bullock, joined by Sen. Ed Buttrey, and Holly Blouch announced today that Montana’s innovative plan to extend health coverage to thousands of the state’s residents has been approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
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