Category: Legislative

Legislative Update, April 16

Budget Bills that MFU supported this week: HB 14 – Long-Range Building Bonding Program: In HB 14, MFU supports the funding request for the Montana Veterinarian Diagnostic and Ag Analytical…
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Legislative Update, April 7

 Bills that MFU supported last week: HB 657 – Establish the rural broadband revolving loan account: This bill is providing a rural broadband revolving loan account to get rural broadband…
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Legislative Update, week 9

By: Rachel Prevost and Kim Mangold Bills that MFU supported last week: HJ 7 — St. Mary’s and Milk River Repair and Rehabilitation: MFU supports this resolution as this project…
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Legislative Update, Week 7

Legislative update: Feb. 26, 2021 BY Rachel Prevost and Kim Mangold Bills that MFU supported this past week: SB 273 — Generally revise laws related to equipment repair: This bill…
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MFU Hires Mangold to Lead Government Affairs

Kim Mangold has been hired as the Government Affairs Director for Montana Farmers Union. Mangold will help develop new legislative initiatives, support current issues and find effective approaches to improved…
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90,000 Montanans’ Healthcare in Jeopardy

Front and center this week is the Medicaid Expansion Bill, HB 658, which failed to pass the State Senate Thursday with the body locked in a 25-25 tie. Governor Steve…
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Agritourism Bill

Great Falls, MT (April 3, 2017) Montana Farmers Union was pleased to join Governor Steve Bullock in Helena on Friday for the signing of HB342.

Director to Serve on Panel

Montana Farmers Union is pleased to announce Board of Director Paul Kanning of Flaxville will serve on the Next Generation 2017 Montana Ag Summit in Great Falls May 31-June 1.

MFU Blog: Agritourism bill signed into law… what next?

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″ admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] Agritourism bill signed into law… what next? The life of a bill is quite extensive during each legislative session. For a handful of bills…
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