Montana Small Business Alliance
Worried about cuts to Social Security and Medicare, advocates on Wednesday pressed Montana’s congressional delegation to close corporate tax loopholes instead.
The way America treats immigrants has affected my life in many ways and has led me to one clear conclusion: Our system is broken and must be changed. Humane, new immigration laws would be a blessing to Montana and our nation.
Montana needs a state bank that can keep valuable capital at home rather than sending the money to Wall Street, according to some small-business owners and community organizers.
Should his senators need a “Joe the Plumber” type figure to testify about raising taxes, Billings small businessman Gary Mermel is ready.
Softening federal clean air and water laws would be a blow to the local economy, several green businesses told Sen. Jon Tester on Wednesday.
Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., listens to Randy Hafer, foreground right, as he meets with members of the Montana Small Business Alliance on Wednesday.
HELENA — State Auditor Monica Lindeen appeared Thursday before a House committee to support creation of a Montana health insurance “exchange” under the federal health reform law, saying the Internet marketplace eventually will help the uninsured get affordable policies.