Steve Bullock 19 minutes ago:   Thursday Jul 16 - 1:22pm Wearing a mask is easy: you put it on before you walk into the grocery store and take it off when you leave – like how you put a seatbelt on when you get in the car, and unbuckle it when you need to get out. Steve Bullock 17 hours ago:   Wednesday Jul 15 - 8:37pm This is about being a Montanan and being supportive of those around us.
We are going to team up, #MaskUpMT, and slow the spread of COVID-19. https://t.co/7E69KmURKb
Link to Image Steve Bullock 20 hours ago:   Wednesday Jul 15 - 4:46pm Effective immediately, face coverings will be required n certain indoor spaces and for certain organized outdoor activities in counties currently experiencing four or more active cases of COVID-19 to slow the spread of the virus in Montana.
https://t.co/QEioCbfiU2 Steve Bullock 20 hours ago:   Wednesday Jul 15 - 4:45pm Many Montanans answered the call to mask up – a call that came from our hospitals, nurses, and doctors, our vibrant small business community, our frontline workers, and our high-risk neighbors. But we need even more Montanans, and the visitors who come here, to mask up. Steve Bullock 1 day ago:   Tuesday Jul 14 - 4:34pm As more lives are lost in Billings from COVID-19 and we stand with the community and comfort the loved ones, we cannot become complacent.
Wearing a mask promotes kindness and respect towards others. That’s part of what it means to be a Montanan. Be a Montanan and #MaskUpMT Steve Bullock 2 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 14 - 11:24am These flags will be a symbol of respect and understanding, and a recognition that the State Capitol belongs to all those who call Montana home.
https://t.co/4rKSEgkW9x Steve Bullock 2 days ago:   Monday Jul 13 - 9:05pm Montana can come out the other side if we act as a team and battle this virus together. Steve Bullock 2 days ago:   Monday Jul 13 - 9:04pm We cannot let our guard down. We must heed the warnings and advice of public health experts, and we must socially distance, wear masks in public spaces, and stay home when we are sick. Steve Bullock 2 days ago:   Monday Jul 13 - 9:03pm The situation unfolding at Canyon Creek Memory Care is a tragic reminder of the devastation COVID-19 can inflict on Montanans, particularly those most vulnerable. My thoughts are with the families of those we lost this weekend. https://t.co/Q6Q5Vcd7ZC Steve Bullock 3 days ago:   Monday Jul 13 - 11:58am Small businesses make Montana vibrant, and we have grants available to help yours weather this unprecedented situation.
Apply at https://t.co/PekA9NUNSy for grants to offset the cost of COVID-19 adaptations for your business.
https://t.co/iMP2umToQT Steve Bullock 3 days ago:   Sunday Jul 12 - 2:59pm Montana’s doctors and nurses are committed to combatting this virus. Show your appreciation for our healthcare professionals and #MaskUpMT.https://t.co/aZMO1RwZD5
Link to Image Steve Bullock 4 days ago:   Saturday Jul 11 - 5:09pm Montana’s history on the vanguard of sex equality is something significant – and Montana is proud of it – but it is not nearly enough. It is time for the formal inclusion of the Equal Rights Amendment in the United States Constitution.
https://t.co/qVeR12BLFY Steve Bullock 4 days ago:   Saturday Jul 11 - 2:30pm Masks protect from fires, fumes, sawdust - and yes - COVID-19.
Link to Image Steve Bullock 6 days ago:   Friday Jul 10 - 1:01pm I know Montanans are tired of four months of COVID-19, but we can’t let that fatigue allow us to let our guard down. Steve Bullock 6 days ago:   Friday Jul 10 - 1:01pm We need to have a healthy workforce and a public that feels safe for the economy to do well and for a successful reopening. Montanans need to avoid large gatherings and wear a mask while in public. Many of these cases are preventable if this guidance is followed. Steve Bullock 6 days ago:   Friday Jul 10 - 1:00pm The new daily highs in COVID-19 cases concern me deeply. Contact tracing, testing, adequate hospital capacity & supplies allow us to manage the virus at its current level – but if this trend continues, I will seriously consider reimplementing some public health restrictions. Steve Bullock 6 days ago:   Thursday Jul 9 - 5:55pm Whether you're a Griz or a Cat, we can all agree we want to keep Montanans safe and healthy.
#MaskUpMThttps://t.co/TJJiLnUYJe Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 9 - 1:41pm I extend my sympathy to all of the loved ones impacted by these deaths, and I know that everyone in our state will be keeping them in our thoughts. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 9 - 1:40pm This news is a heartbreaking reminder of the threat this virus presents to vulnerable Montanans. The Montana way has always been about taking care of our neighbors - and we must strive to continue keeping the health of our neighbors in mind.
https://t.co/bOocHUvuUH Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 9 - 11:59am Eastern Montana will soon have more public access to fish on the Yellowstone River thanks to @MontanaFWP and @USDA. Thank you Secretary Perdue and FWP for your work on this important issue. https://t.co/JmDgdWa1jM
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 8 - 3:50pm Pandemics know no bounds. Whether at a rural hospital or a clinic in a city, securing accessible, affordable health care for Montanans is crucial to the well-being of our communities always, but especially during this unprecedented time.
https://t.co/TReLRsvCFF Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 8 - 12:21pm Robust testing efforts are underway in Montana. Last week we not only met, but surpassed, our testing goal of 15,000 tests/week with nearly 18,000 tests performed. Find upcoming, free community testing events for all Montanans at https://t.co/hsmh8CCGP8. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 7 - 5:20pm It is our duty to protect our legacy Montanans. They carried our state and our nation through difficult times, and we must carry them in turn. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 7 - 5:19pm While many facilities are already engaging in testing of staff and residents, with guaranteeing that testing is being conducted on a regular basis, we can ensure that any evidence of the virus in a facility is caught early on and mitigated before it spreads further. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 7 - 5:19pm I have asked the Department of Public Health and Human Services to issue an emergency rule to require that all nursing homes and assisted living facilities participate in surveillance testing of staff and residents as a condition of visitation, to protect high risk Montanans. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 7 - 5:18pm Today, as Montanans, we received some of the most solemn news that we have over the past few months. We know of 58 positive cases at an assisted living facility in Billings. I join Montanans across the state in being deeply concerned about this situation. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Monday Jul 6 - 5:52pm The health of our economy relies on the health of Montanans.
Wear a mask.
https://t.co/PCnCTNOqIf Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Monday Jul 6 - 12:06pm Mask wearing, good hygiene, and social distancing are crucial to preventing new infections in Montana. Montanans must take seriously our role - as individuals and as a team - to ensure our state can keep moving forward instead of taking steps back. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 4 - 6:44pm @JeremyCBusch You were just taking it easy on me.... Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 4 - 12:07pm Stay safe by celebrating this Independence Day with your family or small groups. Let us not forget that this day is about working together through challenging times. Let us again unify as Montanans and Americans to overcome all that we face currently. Happy 4th, Montana 🇺🇸 Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Friday Jul 3 - 6:16pm There’s no need to play fast and Moose with disease. Keep you, and everyone you hold Deer, and your fellow Montanans Beary safe by wearing a mask. #MaskUpMThttps://t.co/fAPgjfAEFh
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Friday Jul 3 - 11:12am We don’t have to take steps backwards if we again raise our guard — and one of the most important ways we can raise that guard is to make wearing a mask a habit and normalized. https://t.co/KjqE885E0E Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 2 - 6:14pm Montanans are independent, but we care about our neighbors, our grandparents, and our Main Street businesses. I am hopeful that Montanans will take seriously the recommendations of all those on the frontlines so that we don’t have to get to the point of a mandate on masks. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 2 - 6:14pm I'm heartened that this week several associations representing our businesses, restaurants, taverns, breweries, and hospitality have called on Montanans to wear masks when social distancing is not possible. Businesses have stepped up and Montanans can too. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 2 - 6:13pm As we head into the 4th of July weekend, we must act to get our hands around this virus. We need Montanans to stay away from large crowds, wear a mask when in crowds and indoors, and still be cautious when outside. Now is not the time for massive backyard BBQs. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 2 - 6:12pm I want to be clear that we are going to see more cases into next week as additional contact tracing and testing is conducted on the cases we are already aware of. Montanans should be prepared to continue to see high daily numbers. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 2 - 6:12pm As Montanans are mingling in large groups, without social distancing and without wearing a mask, we are seeing more and more outbreaks from group settings, such as at wedding events, at bars, or in the workplace. Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 2 - 6:10pm Today I held a press conference regarding our increasing COVID-19 cases, and Montana's business community joined in calling on Montanans to mask up to keep our state healthy and open. Watch the full press conference here: https://t.co/hmbQq1NRh3 Steve Bullock 1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 2 - 4:44pm @RobSandIA We’re still cool...Kind of looks like your face? https://t.co/Bra66fGDSI
Link to Image Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 1 - 2:33pm Let’s use this day as a reminder that how we act can mitigate further spread. Let’s commit to taking extra precautions and wearing masks when indoors and in crowds. Let’s recommit to taking care of our neighbors so we can move forward together, not take any steps backwards. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 1 - 2:32pm We always knew that as we opened things up and provided for greater testing, we’d see additional cases – and on the one hand, we still have the lowest per capita positives and deaths in the lower 48, but on the other hand, it’s evident Montanans have let their guard down. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 1 - 2:32pm Today Montana topped over 1,000 cases of COVID-19 since the start of this virus. This is not a milestone to be celebrated, it’s one that showcases the virus hasn’t gone away. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 1 - 11:51am Part of our testing goal is ensuring folks can participate in a community snapshot testing event if they want a test. You can find an upcoming testing event near you at https://t.co/hsmh8CCGP8
If you have any symptoms, don't wait - contact your provider and get a test. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 30 - 5:32pm Other Montana organizations recieved grants to fund efforts to support our Native American veterans, launch universal PTSD and suicide screenings, integrate behavioral and physical health, and more. By increasing accessibility to these services, we can save lives. https://t.co/MjqB9VWw2J Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 30 - 5:31pm Today I met with healthcare providers in Billings to talk about preventing veterans’ suicide. By directing $250K in Governor’s Challenge grants towards efforts like Dog Tag Buddies, we (and some very good puppers) can support our military members, veterans, and their families. https://t.co/Iwmh3n5QwB
Link to Image Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 30 - 3:04pm When I wear a mask, it protects you. When you wear a mask, it protects others. #MaskUpMT Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 29 - 6:10pm As cases continue to increase across the state, we must do more to protect one another - or else we may end up putting ourselves in a position where we have to move backwards.
The virus is still with us and we must act like it.
Link to Image Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Sunday Jun 28 - 11:39am If we want to keep the Big Sky State open, we have to keep our guard up. Maintain social distancing where you can, wear a mask when you can't, and stay home and call your provider if you have any symptoms of COVID-19. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 26 - 6:30pm Please don’t wear a mask. It interferes with our facial recognition software.
(JUST KIDDING...thought I’d try a little reverse psychology. Please do wear a mask)
#MaskUpMT Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 26 - 2:24pm Make sure to stay safe in our new normal when you enjoy the outdoors this weekend:
🥾 Wear appropriate footwear
💧 Bring water
🐻 Brush up on how to handle a wildlife encounter
🗺 Choose a trail that isn’t crowded
🏡 Socially distance from folks outside your household Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 25 - 6:41pm Wearing a mask where social distancing is difficult decreases the spread of COVID-19. If we don’t do things right in Montana, this virus can quickly get out of hand. Let’s continue to be an example for the rest of the nation, as we did in our initial response to this virus. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 25 - 6:40pm Folks, it's simple: we aren't asking you to wear a mask while enjoying public lands or when you're at home. Do so at the grocery store, the pharmacy, grabbing a coffee. That fifteen minutes of inconvenience can make all the difference between one case turning into a dozen more. Steve Bullock 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 25 - 4:23pm Living in our new normal means adapting how we work and play to ensure the safety of our colleagues, our families, and ourselves. I ask folks to exercise caution in the workplace and elsewhere and avoid actions that have led to COVID-19 clusters.
https://t.co/MRKZxpSWjn Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 24 - 8:27pm We need to dedicate ourselves to taking actions that protect our friends and neighbors from this virus. As Dr. Greg Holzman, our State Chief Medical Officer, said: "You may be a Griz, you may be a Bobcat, but right now, you just gotta be a Montanan.”
https://t.co/ZFFZszSSxJ Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 24 - 2:48pm During this difficult time we can’t forget that nutritious food is the foundation to it all – a basic need that must be prioritized.
https://t.co/lozHRaWMvT Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 23 - 11:27pm @VaughnHillyard Funny, when you were at my high school you reported I graduated 10 years earlier than I did. So, you’re at least 43 now.... Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 23 - 6:29pm Our fight against COVID-19 isn't over. Let's work together and keep the 406 - and our family, friends, and neighbors - healthy. https://t.co/N5aAjqynEJ Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 23 - 1:12pm Thank you for hosting me today in Bozeman, Cafe M. I appreciate that through a business stabilization grant from the state, you’ve been able to reopen and do so safely for your employees and customers in our new normal. https://t.co/GpjR6DK9vr
Link to Image Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 22 - 6:19pm Montanans appreciate our public lands, especially in the time of COVID-19. There's still time left to register for the @PPLTHelena's Don't Fence Me In Trail Run to support our trails - this year, virtually and socially distanced. https://t.co/niDJC29bN9
Link to Image Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 22 - 3:28pm Each loss of a Montanan to COVID-19 weighs heavily on our communities. While we send our condolences to the loved ones impacted, we must all continue to remember we are in this together and it’s up to us to keep our friends and neighbors safe. https://t.co/MUVkMNyBTD Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 22 - 11:11am The safety of Montanans, from this virus and from wildfires, is my priority. Thanks to heightened collaboration, we are ready to tackle the complexities of this year's fire season.
https://t.co/b2ncXOLzr6 Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Saturday Jun 20 - 5:54pm .@GuardMontana is always here for us. From helping fight COVID-19 to responding to natural disasters here or abroad, our citizen soldiers are eager to serve. If you share their desire to help our community, consider joining the Montana National Guard today. https://t.co/EYXTZqD1rN
Link to Image Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Saturday Jun 20 - 10:46am Free fishing in Montana this weekend for Father’s Day. Get out, enjoy some sunshine, and - hopefully - catch some fish. https://t.co/tT2WgBO5zp
Link to Image Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 19 - 1:11pm As Governor, I join Montanans across our state in celebrating Juneteenth, and I call on all Montanans to rededicate ourselves to the cause of equality and freedom for all, no matter who we are or how we look. https://t.co/yQugxrsTXi
Link to Image Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 19 - 10:52am Access to health care is fundamental to the physical, emotional, and economic well-being of Montanans – especially now.
https://t.co/8pDv7rkMMk Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 18 - 3:18pm We continue to work towards reaching our testing target of 15,000 tests/week, or 60,000/month. From June 6-12, we performed 11,229 - an increase of 50% from the week before. Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 18 - 3:16pm The virus is still here with us and as we learn to live in a new normal with social distancing and continued precautions, enhanced testing is an important tool in helping us find new cases early to limit the spread. Steve Bullock 3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 18 - 3:14pm All 8 of Montana’s Tribal Nations have completed first rounds of community testing events. Thank you to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes for making testing available this week - and I’m grateful to all of our tribes and partners for their work fighting COVID-19. https://t.co/YQ81Npx2NK
Link to Image Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 17 - 9:43pm Today I announced a new program to help businesses across the Big Sky State: the Montana Loan Deferment program. With this program, dollars will go a long way to help support local, Montana businesses.
https://t.co/Vu2kwvOTYO Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 17 - 5:15pm It is only if we all work together that we can keep Montana healthy – physically, mentally, and economically. Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 17 - 5:15pm In addition to social distancing, washing hands, and disinfecting, let’s make mask wearing a norm in Montana where social distancing isn't feasible. Studies show that widespread mask wearing can significantly reduce the spread of coronavirus cases. Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 17 - 5:14pm We still have the lowest positives, the lowest hospitalizations, and the lowest deaths per capita in the lower 48. But we don’t want to take any steps backward after how far we have come in successfully maintaining the lowest number of cases in the nation. Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 17 - 5:14pm I know the increase in the number of cases we’ve seen over the past couple of weeks is on the minds of all Montanans – it’s certainly on mine. We all have to commit to doing more to slow the spread over the coming months. Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 16 - 10:02pm I’m saddened to learn of another death in Big Horn County due to COVID-19 and mourn with the community as they face another loss. I urge all Montanans to continue taking the precautions they’ve taken all along the way to protect one another from this virus. Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 16 - 4:05pm From east to west, Montanans have shown that when we work together and care for our neighbors, we get more done. Working together is our key to success this wildfire season. Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 16 - 4:05pm We are prepared to manage two crises at the same time if we are confronted with a challenging fire season. The heightened levels of interagency collaboration and communication give me confidence that we are ready to protect the Big Sky State’s communities and firefighters. Steve Bullock 4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 16 - 4:04pm Today I’m hosting the 2020 Wildfire Season Briefing. While this year’s briefing looks a lot different via Zoom than in-person, we will continue to work to protect lives and communities across Montana, and our mission now includes protecting firefighters against COVID-19. https://t.co/xtUESFBibt
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Monday Jun 15 - 7:21pm We are seeing an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, as expected through enhanced testing, contact tracing efforts, and further reopening. We must learn to live in a new normal and that includes remaining cautious and wearing a mask where social distancing isn't possible. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Monday Jun 15 - 12:38pm No one should have to live in fear of losing their job for who they love. Today we celebrate a victory in the fight for equality, and tomorrow we continue to work towards advancing a more equal and just society. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Sunday Jun 14 - 10:13pm I’m pleased to see Montanans continue to make their voices heard in demanding justice and pursuing progress - doing so peacefully and safely in communities all throughout our state. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Saturday Jun 13 - 7:24pm We are currently responding to the fire west of Clancy and I am being kept apprised of the situation. Impacted Montanans should heed evacuation advice and take precautions to stay safe. https://t.co/oyWxy1vXAT Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Saturday Jun 13 - 2:44pm With another tragic loss of life to COVID-19, we are again reminded that we are all neighbors and we have the responsibility to look out for one another. The virus is still here with us and we must act with the safety of our parents and grandparents in mind. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Jun 12 - 11:38am Our early actions suppressed the virus and prepared us to be one of the first states to reopen. But, to continue this path, we all must remain committed.
https://t.co/4h5oqLWh7m Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 11 - 9:04pm @cwarzel Maybe your timeline needs some more Steve https://t.co/xxPcmpTb85
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 10 - 7:22pm Montana's Tribal Nations continue to stand up community testing events in partnership with public health and the National Guard. Thank you to the Northern Cheyenne Tribe for having me today and for ensuring accessible testing to help us keep folks healthy and safe. https://t.co/PIcuW8nIBm
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 10 - 11:07am This marks a significant milestone in our efforts to secure a final cleanup for America’s largest Superfund site. https://t.co/CdTIkKLEgQ Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 9 - 5:39pm Glacier National Park is one of our greatest treasures - and we must all do our part to ensure Glacier can remain safe for all of us. Travelers should be aware that the east side remains closed in accordance with the Blackfeet Nation travel restrictions. https://t.co/A7AQunNdWp Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 9 - 12:28pm As we continue with reopening, I ask that Montanans and any travelers into our state honor the restrictions in our tribal communities. They have our full support as they determine what is best to keep their communities safe and healthy from COVID-19. https://t.co/uyTi5fiUyq
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Monday Jun 8 - 3:04pm Masks help stop the spread of COVID-19. I ask that Montanans join me in masking up when it is hard to maintain social distancing. https://t.co/yoZBAxqARd
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Saturday Jun 6 - 12:27pm Caroline, I know this isn’t the way you expected your senior year of high school to end. You have handled the disruption with grace, just as your peers across Montana have. Congratulations, we celebrate you! Thank you for giving me the most important job I have: being a dad. https://t.co/Z20bajtGiy
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Jun 5 - 11:51pm Happy Trails. #gobengalshttps://t.co/Mj3INDiSkK Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Jun 5 - 3:14pm As Montanans continue to exercise their right to demonstrate enshrined in our Constitution, care for yourself and your fellow Montanans by wearing a mask, distancing yourself as much as possible, and finding another way to help if you are symptomatic. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Friday Jun 5 - 1:07pm We have lost another Montanan to COVID-19. All of Montana stands with the family and friends of this person as they grieve. I ask that Montanans remain cautious and continue to act with the health and safety of their neighbors in mind. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 4 - 6:32pm These grants will help Montana businesses put more Montana meat onto more shelves - and bolster our state's food security, making us stronger in response to the pandemic, as well as long into the future. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 4 - 6:31pm Despite the trying times this pandemic has posed, Montana's farmers and ranchers are pressing on. We want to make sure we are doing everything possible to see to it that there are viable markets. Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 4 - 6:31pm Today I announced the Montana Meat Processing Infrastructure Grant program, available immediately to help small and medium-sized meat processors respond to COVID-19 supply distributions and boost processing and storage capacity. https://t.co/QcPUEYUVig Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 3 - 3:31pm I visited the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes community testing event today. Thank you for partnering with the state to combat COVID-19 in your community and all of Montana. It is efforts like these that help to keep the virus contained. https://t.co/tJRyUoMoAT
Link to Image Steve Bullock 1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 2 - 4:51pm Time and again, dark money groups have tried to attack Montana’s campaign finance laws — because those laws work. I’m pleased by the Supreme Court’s decision and will keep fighting to ensure that our elections belong to the people, not special interests. https://t.co/eHbSPFw1ov