Steve Bullock 1 day ago:   Sunday Nov 29 - 3:43pm Public health experts agree that our best weapon to fight this virus is by staying vigilant and following public health measures designed to keep us safe. We must fight this disease by working together.
https://t.co/18G8tlwdO2 Steve Bullock 2 days ago:   Saturday Nov 28 - 1:08pm Montana’s entrepreneurial spirit carries us through good times and bad - and now more than ever, our small businesses are counting on us. Let’s support our Main Streets and #shopsmall today and through this holiday season. Steve Bullock 3 days ago:   Friday Nov 27 - 2:24pm This additional funding will help serve our schools with continued needs through the end of the year, however our schools head into the new year empty handed and Congress must come together to pass additional relief to support our students and teachers.
https://t.co/m8wm5h0Mjy Steve Bullock 4 days ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 2:57pm The burdens of the times are always lighter when out in the woods. And there is much for which to be grateful. Happy Thanksgiving. https://t.co/jVydaGCfyx
Link to Image Steve Bullock 5 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 25 - 2:04pm In Montana, we have a spirit of looking out for our neighbors, especially during challenging times.
Let's hold true to that spirit this Thanksgiving by being mindful of acting in line with public health precautions that protect our neighbors.
https://t.co/lDrjyi0EYp Steve Bullock 5 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 24 - 7:17pm This diverse group of Montanans represent impacted organizations across our state and are a critical part of ensuring collaboration and a successful distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine in Montana.
https://t.co/wzmoCemaGV Steve Bullock 6 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 24 - 2:07pm We are seeing Dr. Fauci's concerns about our healthcare systems becoming overwhelmed in a rural state like Montana. We must take seriously basic preventative measures while we wait on a widely distributed vaccine.
https://t.co/D1TbD9jSUh Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Monday Nov 23 - 6:12pm For these national teams and our frontline workers here at home to be successful, we need every Montanan to stay home as much as possible, wear masks, social distance, and avoid gatherings. https://t.co/G8PQyJKzlC Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Monday Nov 23 - 6:10pm Hospital capacity is stressed and our healthcare workers are exhausted, with many unable to work from being exposed to the virus. I join Montanans in being grateful for this additional medical staff to ensure critical care continues during this time.
https://t.co/GRolM0eR7e Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Monday Nov 23 - 1:46pm Throughout my time as governor, I have proposed budgets that ensure fiscal responsibility while making investments to benefit Montanans. Last week, I released my final budget that upholds these principles, even in the middle of a global pandemic.
https://t.co/LRr8P7sFjy Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Sunday Nov 22 - 4:02pm In addition to limiting public gatherings to 25 individuals where social distancing is not possible or practiced, I urge Montanans to limit their involvement in any in-person gatherings of 15 or more. Such gatherings are a significant contributor to the spread of the virus. https://t.co/fAxWrdTdRm
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Saturday Nov 21 - 3:15pm My mask protects you and your mask protects me - and if we all mask up in public places and around others outside our household, we have a much greater likelihood of reducing transmission of this virus. https://t.co/ncUgIE5WTD
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 6:21pm When more Montanans become infected with the virus, more people are taken out of the workforce due to quarantine or isolation, straining businesses and at times closing their doors. We need Montanans to limit their outings in public as much as possible to reduce transmission. https://t.co/hWdxQemR5t
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 3:58pm As Montana's economy continues to recover, the health of the economy depends on our ability to reduce the spread of the virus. Montanans must take seriously public health measures to keep businesses and schools open and workers on the job.
https://t.co/tC379CErQN Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 12:37pm This is an important step in ensuring we are getting work done on the ground to address the challenges we face across our forested landscapes in Montana.
https://t.co/muyaYMvIau Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 19 - 3:50pm If Congress cannot agree on another pandemic stimulus package as the nation heads into winter with COVID-19 infections surging, we must do what we can to help Montanans today.
https://t.co/EpJAIjfQbD Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 19 - 12:19pm The COVID-19 vaccine is a light at the end of the tunnel. However, that tunnel is long and Montana and other states are squarely in the middle of it. Lives are at stake in what we each do, individually, between now and the widespread availability of a vaccine. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 18 - 1:00pm We all have to collectively recognize that this virus won’t stop spreading through our communities at any time soon unless we take active steps to stop its spread.
The responsibility for doing that rests with each of us.
https://t.co/19btUuLZ0t Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 7:34pm Our healthcare workers and hospital resources are exhausted. We need Montanans to stay home as much as possible, wear a face covering when out in public, and limit gatherings – particularly as we enter the upcoming holiday season. https://t.co/3BQnAUgYjc
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 5:55pm The situation is serious in Montana and across the nation. Montanans must collectively recognize that we must take active steps to stop this virus from spreading. Be mindful of others in the coming weeks and let’s take seriously these new restrictions in place. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 5:54pm All public gatherings and events will be limited to 25 individuals where it is not possible to practice social distancing or where social distancing is not being practiced. This does not alter the existing requirements for K-12 schools or apply to houses of worship. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 5:54pm Restaurants, bars, breweries, distilleries, and casinos will be required to operate at 50% of normal capacity and to close no later than 10:00 p.m. Tables must be limited to 6 people per table, with 6 feet of physical distance between groups. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 5:53pm The statewide mask requirement will cover all counties, regardless of the number of active cases. All businesses, government offices, and other indoor spaces open to the public – in all counties in Montana – will be required to follow the face covering requirement. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 5:53pm We need to turn things around in the coming months while we wait on a widely distributed vaccine, or else we risk hospitals that turn patients away and any further ability to control the spread. Beginning Friday, November 20: Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 3:13pm Montana entered this challenging year in an incredibly strong fiscal position. I’m pleased now to leave it in a similarly strong position, and I hope that our future leaders will spend wisely and be reminded of what can be accomplished when working together. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 3:09pm The circumstances of the past year have presented challenges unparalleled in our lifetime, but unlike most states, our budget has weathered this storm. If the next administration and legislature choose to cut government services, it’ll be based on ideology, not necessity. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 3:07pm Today I am pleased to share my final budget proposal as governor: a budget that is balanced, leaves healthy reserves, and protects the services Montanans rely on without having to make any cuts or raise any taxes. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 15 - 4:39pm All throughout this crisis, the citizen soldiers and airmen of the National Guard have honorably answered the call to protect our fellow Montanans. It's time we have their backs by following public health requirements, like masking up. Visit https://t.co/jvxQOkTMfzhttps://t.co/K0cOcQJISZ
Link to Image Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 6:52pm Let’s prove we value the health of our community and our frontline workers who go to work in crowded hospitals day and night to care for us. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 6:51pm COVID-19 is projected to be near the top in leading causes of death in Montana this year.
It is within our power to save lives. If Montanans mask up, follow public health requirements, and stay home as much as possible, we can save hundreds of lives. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 6:50pm More than 500 Montanans have lost their lives due to COVID-19. Communities across our state are deeply feeling the impact of this virus, now more than we’ve seen before, and families are facing a holiday season without the ones they love most. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 4:25pm Simple acts can save lives. Visit https://t.co/jvxQOkTMfz. https://t.co/YhNhiEJref
Link to Image Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 2:04pm The more this virus spreads, the more it impacts Montanans’ lives. Please take it seriously by staying home as much as possible and wearing a face covering when in public spaces. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 2:00pm That’s a population nearly the size of Montana’s largest city away from work, away from school, and away from the healthcare jobs or other frontline worker jobs that we can’t afford to have gaps in. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 2:00pm In October, 20,052 Montanans became infected with COVID-19. If you take a modest estimate and assume that each individual who tested positive had just 4 close contacts, in total over 100,200 Montanans would’ve had to quarantine or isolate for some part of the month of October. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 1:58pm For those who don’t think strained hospitals, exhausted healthcare workers, and the loss of lives are enough to take this virus seriously, consider the impact on close contacts who have to quarantine and temporarily miss work. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Friday Nov 13 - 4:31pm The University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation projects that 600 lives could be saved in Montana over the next few months if everyone followed our statewide masking requirement. Please #MaskUpMT - one of those 600 lives could be your neighbor. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Friday Nov 13 - 1:14pm The deadline to apply for a Business Adaptability Grant is this Sunday. Businesses across Montana are eligible for help covering expenses they've taken on - plexiglass shields, masks, hand sanitizer - to ensure the safety of their employees & customers.
https://t.co/WKH6LhVBWd Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 12 - 3:47pm But our success depends on all of us. Stay home as much as possible for those working in our crowded hospitals so you can still get care, for the businesses trying to be safe, for kids who rely on schools, and for parents working to keep the heat on and food on the table. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 12 - 3:46pm Until my last day in office, my administration will fight to limit the spread and save lives. I want to set up the next administration for success by continuing to build up our testing supplies and capacity, stockpiling PPE, and filling personnel requests for health care workers. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 12 - 3:45pm For months, I have been honest about the challenges we face here in Montana with implementing further statewide restrictions. The lack of a federal response and Congressional inaction in passing additional relief for Americans exacerbates our challenges. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 12 - 3:44pm Public health experts, doctors, and nurses have been joining me at press conferences for months to try to raise the alarm about rapidly rising COVID-19 cases. That alarm is undoubtedly ringing loud. It is going to be a long and challenging winter for our state and nation. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 12 - 3:43pm We need Montanans to follow public health guidelines and to stay home as much as possible. Wear a mask, skip that gathering, go home after work and stay home, and support your local restaurant with takeout. These are the best weapons we have this winter. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 11:50am While Montana has made progress fulfilling this commitment, we must continue our efforts to ensure no veterans are left behind when they need our support. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 11:49am That is why we, as Montanans and Americans, must make a commitment to honor their service, protect their physical and mental health care, guard their educational opportunities, and help them transition to fulfilling civilian careers. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 11:49am A handshake and words of gratitude are not enough to thank our veterans for the risks they take to preserve the health, values, and peace of our communities and our country. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 11:49am In my eight years as Governor, I have called on the citizen soldiers and airmen of the Montana National Guard numerous times to assist our response to everything from wildfires to coronavirus. I am always humbled by how honorably and quickly they answer that call. Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 9 - 6:18pm This virus can impact lives long after recovering. This is just one of the many reasons why it is critical we all remain vigilant and protect ourselves and our communities.
https://t.co/JE8tOSHk6E Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 9 - 2:01pm Montana is one big community of creatives, makers, and thinkers who have been leaders in addressing COVID-19 head on through innovative ideas. Check out the new Montana Innovation Hub designed to help businesses thrive into our state's future: https://t.co/3MWogTlG2E Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 8 - 3:02pm Today in 1889, Montana was admitted to the union as the 41st state. In the 131 years since, we have stood shoulder to shoulder as Montanans to withstand challenges and celebrate our triumphs, and it is that spirit that will see us through the next 131 years. https://t.co/tvDnF9Pv2U
Link to Image Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 7 - 2:02pm Congratulations to President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. At a time when our country is deeply divided, we must remember all we have in common as Americans, and that together, we can work toward a future of healing and of prosperity. Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 5 - 2:19pm Today is Elouise Cobell Day in the state of Montana. Elouise was a powerful activist and elder of the Blackfeet Nation who fought and won a battle for federal accountability. Let’s honor her legacy and build upon it through our own work against unjust systems. https://t.co/f2uYJFsAp9
Link to Image Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 2 - 7:23pm Our healthcare workers are working tirelessly to care for Montanans hospitalized due to COVID-19. Nursing teams are now assisting 5 hospitals in Central and Eastern Montana to help with staffing shortages and ensure that together we can save lives.
https://t.co/bYlYfDw0n4 Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 2 - 2:56pm Small businesses are the backbone of our communities. With support from the state’s Coronavirus Relief Funds, the StoneFly Fly Shop has been able to keep swimming along through the challenges of this pandemic. If you can think of a better pun, let minnow. https://t.co/MHpksu5DpN
Link to Image Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 2 - 1:20pm This is an unprecedented situation, especially for our frontline healthcare workers who are working damn hard to save lives. If we all #MaskUpMT, socially distance, and take other simple precautions, we can reduce the strain on our healthcare workers.
https://t.co/2YbhW9Kssq Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 1 - 5:06pm This virus can impact anyone #MaskUpMThttps://t.co/9ajLhsUQBv
Link to Image Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 1 - 1:35pm All marketplace plans cover doctor visits, hospital stays, prescriptions, preventative care and more, and provide protections for Montanans with pre-existing conditions. Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 1 - 1:34pm This year has highlighted even further how crucial quality, affordable health care coverage is for Montanans. Open Enrollment begins today and goes until December 15. To get connected with coverage, financial assistance, and free one-on-one help, visit https://t.co/lXrgmy8HXD. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Saturday Oct 31 - 1:44pm Some of my fondest memories of the past 8 years are seeing Montana’s kids dressed up for Halloween. Since it looks a bit different this year, here’s a throwback. Please be safe and look out for your fellow Montanans today. https://t.co/No6xprM2Di
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 30 - 7:36pm Meat processing infrastructure grants through the state's Coronavirus Relief Funds are helping to build food security and support our producers, now and into the future.
https://t.co/8yY7iRVzfd Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 30 - 4:56pm As we head into the holiday weekend, we ask Montanans to stay vigilant. Incorporate a cloth face covering into your costume, avoid large gatherings, and trick or treat with your own household. Celebrate safely to prevent the spread.
https://t.co/bNWrNDYbPQ Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 30 - 2:01pm Montana set a new daily record high in positive COVID-19 cases. This virus is real, it is spreading through our communities, and it can impact anyone. We must get our hands around this virus.
https://t.co/mCmcXSCJb2 Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 30 - 11:21am Record setting cold temperatures and early winter storms have limited the harvest season for Montana’s farmers and workers. This order will ensure farmers can harvest their crops in time and avoid unnecessary losses.
https://t.co/okSs4E9gLW Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 29 - 7:26pm "We see some communities that are fairly sick. And to respond to those communities, we need to respond as a community." - Dr. Greg Holzman, Chief Medical Officer https://t.co/oNkTCAVSaD
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 29 - 5:20pm Montana has been a leader in quickly deploying targeted support where it's needed most, and businesses in every Montana county and in virtually every industry have accessed grant dollars to help weather the economic impacts created by the pandemic.
https://t.co/AFiZloj3fd Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 29 - 1:16pm Our health care workers need our support so they can provide the best possible care to Montanans. We need to avoid large gatherings, mask up, wash our hands often - and of course, get the flu shot - to keep hospital beds open.
https://t.co/PWQ5iX0pk5 Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 28 - 10:01pm @Huckle_Boyer @sam_alberti Sam, how could you limit it to the planet.....I’d say universe. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 28 - 6:42pm This critical support will help to keep the doors of our rural hospitals open and ensure that patients in rural areas can receive care as COVID-19 continues to spread throughout Montana.
https://t.co/0hqNfw8tJ4 Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 28 - 1:17pm Expanding access to telehealth helps overcome barriers to health care access in communities across Montana, which is more important than ever during the pandemic.
https://t.co/7Emuge6SxQ Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 27 - 7:01pm Government functions best when it represents the people it serves. By having equal representation in the Legislature, the Montana American Indian Caucus was tireless in advocating for what’s important.
https://t.co/pKziZs3L0Z Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 27 - 3:59pm Through the state’s Coronavirus Relief Funds, businesses have been leaders in addressing the pandemic head on with innovative ideas. It was great to join leaders in the Cannery District of Bozeman in launching a new app to foster economic development. https://t.co/mtxjjiIjKQ
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 27 - 12:32pm Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we've been reminded of the many ways our citizen soldiers and airmen protect our citizens, and we are grateful for their commitment during these unprecedented and challenging times.
https://t.co/huH3DowRUV Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Monday Oct 26 - 6:30pm Among the many jobs of our healthcare workers during COVID-19 is having to "explain to yet another tearful family member that, no, you can't visit, but we'll hold the phone up for a FaceTime call." https://t.co/NxDnKtgpk5
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Monday Oct 26 - 12:09pm While our unemployment rate has returned to a near-normal level, this public health crisis is far from over. In order to protect our economic recovery, we must come together to get our hands around this virus.
https://t.co/jiCQkYkMYV Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Sunday Oct 25 - 3:49pm Communities across Montana rely on rural hospitals and clinics. We need every Montanan to step up to get our hands around this virus by avoiding gatherings, masking up, and staying home and getting tested if sick.
https://t.co/YgLNm4I45l Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Sunday Oct 25 - 12:03pm Welcome home 1-189th! On behalf of all Montanans, we are thankful for your dedication to service and to our country.
https://t.co/fbF4sg2maH Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Saturday Oct 24 - 6:02pm Earlier this week I got to visit Bedrock Sandals, which relocated its headquarters to Missoula in 2019. Drawn here because of our wild spaces and deeply rooted sense of community, they knew this state would be the perfect spot for their outdoor business. https://t.co/v34aML6iXE
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Saturday Oct 24 - 2:30pm This Consent Decree is a significant step forward in the continued cleanup of the Anaconda Site, marking a milestone toward revitalizing the community through residential and commercial development.
https://t.co/nXiY9kfVnx Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 6:16pm Many businesses are taking the right steps to keep their communities safe. Tom, the founder of Five on Black, has been a leader in promoting health and safety - and with Coronavirus Relief Funds, he’s been able to stay in business while protecting employees and customers. https://t.co/6BMvMxe70s
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 3:28pm We are in for a long and rough road ahead if we don't get this virus under control. To do so, we need folks to take this seriously and work together to ensure the protections we have in place are being followed.
https://t.co/YXuBbvBty5 Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:51pm The ability to earn while you learn keeps Montana's best and brightest here at home, which is why apprenticeship has contributed significantly to the economic success of Montana’s businesses, workers, and our state’s overall economy.
https://t.co/BWXoYsxC6p Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 7:34pm Our shared goal is to make sure Montanans and businesses are following the measures we need to keep folks safe. We know how quickly this virus spreads and as Montanans we should always put the health of our own employees, friends, and neighbors first. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 7:34pm I thank the many businesses that are taking the right actions to protect Montanans. But again, just one business not complying with public health measures increases the risk for everyone. It puts our families, health care workers, and local businesses at risk. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 7:33pm We’ve seen it from gatherings large and small where social distancing and masking aren’t being followed. We’ve seen it from employees who have to go to work sick or from a crowded night at a bar. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 7:32pm We can slow the spread of this virus if we actually take it seriously. But we need every Montanan to take it seriously. Just one person with COVID-19 – in the wrong place at the wrong time – can spoil the whole bunch. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 12:06pm "People in health care don't discriminate and neither does this virus." - ER Nurse, Charlotte Skinner https://t.co/lFe4Qsz6br
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 10:40pm @annehelen I always get confused, and think you’re talking to me.... Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 8:22pm Apprenticeship has long been integral to Montana’s workforce development and continues to be an innovative way to meet the emerging needs in the state’s economy for both workers and businesses as we work toward economic recovery.
https://t.co/tNnuW8VGle Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 4:42pm Utilizing the state's Coronavirus Relief Fund School Aged Child Care grant, Missoula Parks & Recreation is providing child care for as little as $5 a day. This enables hardworking Montanans to return to their jobs, while their kids receive a quality education, care and snacks. https://t.co/UXQnynV8Qe
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 12:37pm While there are still a lot of unknowns around a vaccine, such as when it will be released, we are doing everything we can at the state level to make sure Montana is prepared for when a safe and effective vaccine arrives to our state.
https://t.co/Gyq7ckdZTZ Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 5:09pm “I'm asking you to stop segregating yourselves into maskers and anti-maskers and to stand with us on the common ground of science and evidence, which is clearly telling us that masking works." - ER Nurse, Charlotte Skinner
https://t.co/wxkv4x5Ssv Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 1:12pm Access to affordable homes are vital for our communities to grow and prosper. Working alongside our statewide housing partners, we will continue to support the development and preservation of safe and affordable homes for Montana families and individuals.
https://t.co/LYoiVbjkGi Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 7:53pm Dr. Bridget Brennan, Chief Medical Officer of Benefis, to Montanans: "We really need your help." https://t.co/EAefqQ2Fih
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 3:35pm This virus leaves nothing but devastation in its wake. We must stop the spread and protect our vulnerable neighbors and tribal communities.
https://t.co/6wtCyamwQw Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 5:54pm This is a statehouse that honors the indigenous people who first knew the mountains and plains of what we now call Montana. https://t.co/wnc39Ti1vE
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 1:28pm This ruling affirms that there are consequences for the continued evasion of constitutional obligations to seek the Senate’s advice and consent. Our public lands deserve better.
https://t.co/b8syBhiSMd Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Saturday Oct 17 - 4:42pm This virus is very real and the impacts of it can be seen right in our hospitals. Stay home and get tested if you are sick, wash your hands frequently, mask up, and don't hang out in large groups.
https://t.co/u2BEg7OOJG Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 8:15pm “I will put this very simply: we are experiencing a public health crisis.” - Dr. Bridget Brennan, Chief Medical Officer of Benefis Health System in Great Falls
https://t.co/LuMtdJ18AG Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 4:42pm It was an honor to take part in the Tribal Flag Plaza ceremony this week. Thank you to the members of the Tribal Nations and so many powerful advocates who worked together and fought for this day. https://t.co/TOe5hdmZnr
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 1:47pm The benefits of expanded telemedicine are one of the few silver linings of this pandemic and I hope it serves as a call to action. We need to find ways to make expanded telemedicine a permanent tool to address barriers to care in Montana.