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Thursday, October 13, 2016/Categories: Governor's Office/Tags:
HELENA, Mont. – On Thursday, October 13, 2016, Governor Steve Bullock joined business and economic development leaders from across the state at the Montana Economic Developers Association meeting. Governor Bullock addressed attendees, thanking them for the work they do in their communities and laying out his proposals to build Montana’s economy, strengthen communities and create more good-paying jobs.
“As our economy continues to grow and diversify, we need to roll up our sleeves and continue to find new ways to boost economic development in communities across the state,” Governor Bullock said. He also highlighted the many policy proposals he has introduced in the last few months.
“As your governor, I am committed to tackling the most important issues facing our state,” he noted. “We must have an eye towards the future and seek out ways to build on our strengths to continue to grow our economy and create good-paying jobs for now and future generations of Montanans.”
Governor Bullock has released new plans and proposals over the course of the last year to invest in critical infrastructure, incentivize business growth and job creation, promote equal pay for equal work, and more, including:
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