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“Montana took early and aggressive action to combat the virus and save lives, allowing us to be one of the first states in the nation prepared to reopen,” Governor Bullock said. “While we are not immune to the significant economic challenges facing the nation, we are working every day to safely reopen and ensure Montana stays on a path to long-term economic recovery. There is still a lot of work to do, and we are dedicated to maintaining a healthy workforce, while continuing to provide immediate economic relief for Montana families and businesses who are hurting.”

“These numbers reflect prior to COVID-19 reaching Montana, and we know much has changed in the last month,” said Governor Bullock. “Our long-term growth is best helped by guaranteeing the health and safety of our workers and their families during this crisis. To rebuild our economic strength, we must do everything we can to curtail the spread of COVID-19 in Montana.”

  • 27 March 2020
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“While we don’t yet have an understanding of coronavirus and its economic impact in Montana, I am taking aggressive action to reduce the spread to keep as many Montanans healthy as possible now and protect Montana’s economic strength in the longterm,” Governor Bullock said.

  • 16 March 2020
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“More Montanans are working today than ever before and that's a testament to the small business environment we've worked so hard to strengthen over the last three years,” said Governor Bullock, who noted that Montana's unemployment rate now falls a full percentage point below the national average. “But our work isn't done.  My responsibility is to keep moving Montana in the right direction by holding the line on taxes, getting rid of red tape and making responsible financial decisions that keeps our budget balanced and keeping our rainy day fund intact."

  • 24 January 2020
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“Montana workers and their families can have more cheer this holiday season with lower unemployment and higher wages than this time last year,” Governor Steve Bullock said.  “I remain committed to working with businesses and communities to continue our economic prosperity in the upcoming year.”

  • 20 December 2019
  • Author: Duthie, Steve
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“More workers are joining our labor force in response to strong wage growth and plentiful job opportunities,” Governor Bullock said. “We will continue our commitment to upskill our workforce and maximize each worker’s potential, helping businesses grow.”

  • 19 November 2019
  • Author: Duthie, Steve
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