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Boots On The Hill Articles

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All We Want for Christmas is Tax Reform

12/11/2017

The House and Senate passed slightly different tax reform bills. What do those bills look like and will a final version make it to the President by Christmas?

Sage Grouse Comments Due December 1

11/29/2017

The Department of Interior has released their Greater Sage Grouse Land Management Plan--don't miss your opportunity to comment!

Tax Bills are Out, It's Time to Act!

11/15/2017

With new tax reform plans released, it's time for farmers and ranchers to weigh in.

Advocacy in Washington D.C.

11/13/2017

MFBF's Lillian Ostendorf recently traveled to our nation's capitol and had the opportunity to meet with our congressional delegation.

Farewell to the 65th Legislative Session

8/18/2017

A list of Montana legislators who earned Honorable Mention on the Montana Farm Bureau Legislative Report Card. You are great friends to agriculture!

Our hats are off to you, Sen. Ankney and Rep. Cook!

8/10/2017

Senator Duane Ankney and Rep. Rob Cook were honored with the Montana Farm Bureau's Golden Windmill Award for their service to agriculture in the 2017 Montana Legislative Session.

Our hats off to you, Sen. Osmundson and Rep. Fitzgerald!

8/9/2017

Senator Ryan Osmundson and Rep. Ross Fitzgerald were honored with the Montana Farm Bureau's Golden Windmill Award for their service to agriculture in the 2017 Montana Legislative Session.

Our hats are off to you, Sen. Hoven and Rep. McKamey!

8/4/2017

Senator Brian Hoven and Rep. Wendy McKamey were honored with the Montana Farm Bureau's Golden Windmill Award for their service to agriculture in the 2017 Montana Legislative Session.

Our hats are off to you, Sen. Lang and Rep. Shaw!

8/4/2017

Senator Mike Lang and Rep. Ray Shaw were honored with the Montana Farm Bureau's Golden Windmill Award for their service to agriculture in the 2017 Montana Legislative Session.

Seed Bill passes, House considers tax incentive for pulse processors

3/24/2017

The Seed Bill will protect the private property rights of landowners by preventing a potential patchwork of regulation on a county-by-county basis. It’s important that Montana’s farmers and ranchers now reach out to Governor Bullock to tell him how much we value our right to make our own decisions about what we plant and grow in our fields.

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