OP ED: Will Steve Bullock Promise Not to Pack the Supreme Court?
For many Montanans, this year’s presidential campaign is the first time they have heard the phrase “court-packing." Not since the 1930s have our nation’s leaders seriously considered such an extreme move.
Op Ed: Montana Cannot Afford to Wait Until After the Election
The Governor cannot allow these ensuing budget challenges to be someone else’s problem just because of the election calendar.
Opinion: START Montana
With no end in sight and the increasingly heavy hand of state government, Montanans face the crushing effects of shutting down more than an economy – but society as we know it. This may be our current reality, but it does not have to be our future.
Op Ed: Tips from Teachers on Remote Learning
As we make this leap together, we need to remind ourselves and our students that this shift will be different, messy, time-consuming, and challenging, and that above all we need to afford each other grace.
OPINION: Schools, Families Lead Their Communities Through Unprecedented Circumstances
This week, I had a conversation with U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to discuss national responses to the COVID-19 outbreak and how the U.S. Department of Education can assist Montana schools.
Op Ed: SBA’s Disaster Assistance to Help Montana’s Small Firms Mitigate Coronavirus Impact
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has been authorized to offer Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) to Montana small businesses in need of working capital and support with operating expenses.