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Our latest Montana town hall

March 6, 2019
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Listening to Montanans at a recent town hall                                                       Subscribe here

Thousands of Montanans from every corner of our state made their voices heard at my recent town hall event.

The event reached nearly 100,000 Montanans, and I took questions from folks throughout the state, including Florence, Geraldine, Lambert, Malta, Rosebud, Roy, St. Ignatius, and Vaughn, as well as several larger cities. Many of the questions centered on border security, health care, and federal regulations.

During the event, I posed five poll questions to gauge Montanans’ opinions on various issues, including border security and taxpayer-funded political campaigns. The questions and answers can be found HERE.

Sign up to participate in my telephone town hall events by calling my Washington office at 202-225-3211 or texting REPGIANFORTE to 828282.

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Greg holds a town hall in Ekalaka and answers questions about issues before Congress


Bill to expand public access to public lands moves forward

The U.S. House of Representatives recently approved a public lands package that includes two Montana priorities.

The bipartisan bill permanently reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and permanently protects 30,000 acres of public land at the gateway to Yellowstone National Park. I spoke on the House floor in support of the public lands measure.

Our public lands define our Montana way of life, and I’ll continue working to preserve and expand public access to our public lands.
 
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Greg discusses efforts in Congress to support Montana’s recreation economy with outfitters and business leaders in Livingston
 
 

Survey Question

Do you believe taxpayer money should be used to pay for political campaigns, including politicians' television ads?

 ( )    Yes
 ( )    No
 ( )    Not sure

 

 


Spirit of Montana

I had the honor of recognizing Jack Stenswick, who serves as Malta’s goodwill ambassador and a beloved pillar of the community, in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Learn more about the recipients of the Spirit of Montana recognition on my website. Anyone may nominate Montanans for the award by contacting my office at 202-225-3211 or by email at https://gianforte.house.gov/contact/email.

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Greg recently recognized Jack Stenswick of Malta in the U.S. House of Representatives

 

MT in DC
 

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Greg talks with members of the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council about issues impacting the Blackfeet nation
 
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Greg discusses ways Congress can help reduce health care costs with leaders of Mountain-Pacific Quality Health
 

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Greg and Area Health Education Center leaders meet to discuss rural health care issues
 
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Leaders from Tribal Colleges in Montana discuss higher education issues with Greg
 
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Greg talks with Montana Special Olympics leaders about issues in Congress important to disabled Americans
 
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Greg and members of the U.S. Dry Pea and Lentil Council meet to talk about the Farm Bill and pulse crops in Montana

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Greg and Tony Aretz, president of the University of Providence in Great Falls, discuss higher education issues


Stay in touch 

As your voice in the U.S. House of Representatives, I look forward to hearing your thoughts and concerns, so please don't hesitate to reach out to me.

Please, contact any of my offices if I can help you. I am honored to serve you.
 

Greg

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