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Forward Montana is excited to invite you to attend our get-to-know FMT event in Washington DC on April 14th with special guest Jon Tester! You can RSVP HERE, and if you’d like to make a donation prior to the event, … Continue reading
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2Legit Episode 8 Wanna get the durty on what we talked about this week? Check it out hurr.
Want the raw data? Check out this handy dandy outline from the Montana Budget & Policy Center.
Do you love democracy? talking to strangers? making strangers love democracy? WELL DO WE HAVE THE JOB FOR YOU! Forward Montana seeks a part time field organizer (20 hours a week) to oversee our Bozeman field efforts, coordinate volunteer and … Continue reading
LSD, Public Lands & Free Food, OH MY! The newest episode of 2legit with Team Montana. You can get more information about anything that excites you in this episode by visiting the 2Legit with Team Montana webpage.
2Legit Episode 5 Wanna know more about… Expanding mental health crisis diversion services to areas in Montana that don’t currently have access? Expanding the amount of secure psychiatric treatment beds? Funding to short term voluntary inpatient mental health treatment? Threats … Continue reading
Share the 2Legit Info-Grafik: MT Student Debt Watch the newest episode of 2Legit with Team Montana Sources: The majority of these statistics came from Montana Organizing Project’s Mountains of Debt report. If they were not sources from this … Continue reading
2Legit with Team Montana Episode 4 Wanna know more about… Guns on campus? Preventing identity theft? Equal pay for equal work? Solar energy production? Online voter registration? The bills that Garrett & the Montana University System are following? License suspension … Continue reading
2Legit with Team Montana Episode 3 Wanna know more about… Raising the gas tax to improve road and transportation infrastructure? Online voter registration? Funding for youth mental health and crisis diversion? Keeping your semiautomatic weapon no matter what the federal … Continue reading