Voices of Montana with Tom Schultz
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Jim Vinoski – Montana’s Manufacturing Potential
Montana’s business-friendly economic environment sometimes comes as a surprise to industry experts, such as Jim Vinoski. The Forbes contributor and business analyst looked into what brought an innovative Hyundai’s research and development program to Montana, and found out it can
Montana Electric Cooperative’ Association
Tom talks Energy and what’s going on in the legislature with Montana Electric Cooperative’ Association.
Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen
What do you think of Montana’s ban on Tik Tok? What has led to the reported 11-hundred percent increase in Fentanyl Seizures in Montana? What’s the status of Montana’s lawsuit against the Biden Administration over the President’s WOTUS (Waters of
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte
We’ll talk with Montana Governor Greg Gianforte, who is stumping for a measure to build a $100 million disaster resiliency program out of surplus funds. After earlier widespread support, the funding measure has been tabled by the House Appropriations Committee.
Montana’s nursing home challenges – debated at the legislature.
Numerous bills addressing Montana’s nursing home challenges are being debated at the legislature. How will those measures help stem the tide of nursing home closures in the state? Mike Batista from AARP Montana will join us for a closer look.
Are there new changes for the 2023 fishing and hunting season?
March 1 officially begins a new year for Montana’s hunting and fishing recreationists. Are there new changes for the 2023 fishing and hunting season? What are the dates and deadlines for license applications. Find out more as Chrissy Webb and
Questions about Medicare and Medicare Advantage?
Questions about Medicare and Medicare Advantage? Learn more about the programs and the effort by Montana’s US Senators and others in the Capitol to curtail the Biden Administrations targeted reductions, as we chat with Kristine Grow of the Coalition of
Are resource and recreation two co-habitable industries?
Are resource and recreation two co-habitable industries? Northwestern Energy is partnering with the Missouri-Madison River Fund announcing nine public recreation improvement projects by grant and matching funds by the River Fund Trust and NorthWestern Energy. Guest is Kim McMahon with
Fires, Weak Timber Supply Put RY Timber Down for the Count
It is a combination of bad luck, and bad forest policy – but family-owned RY Timber in Livingston will close down after their recent fires, putting 70 people onto the unemployment line. The company’s Townsend mill was shuttered in 2020
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