Kori and Errol discuss highlights of this year’s MidYear Meeting and why this is one event you don’t want to miss out on!
That’s a wrap on Montana’s 65th Legislative Session. Jay and Kori sit down to discuss the outcome of 10 of the bills that were on MSGA’s Priority List this year. Our lobbying focused on taxes, property and water rights, wildlife management, regulation and agency funding. Questions? Please email Kori or contact the office at 406.442.3420.
This week Jay Bodner and Kori Anderson sit down to discuss aquatic invasive species, sage grouse, tax rates and more. Have any questions about the topics discussed? Contact the MSGA office at 406.442.3420.
This week Jay and Kori sit down to discuss the Public Lands Council & National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s Legislative Conferences held last week in Washington D.C. Jay along with MSGA Executive Vice President Errol Rice, MSGA President Bryan Mussard, First VP Fred Wacker, and Second VP Jim Steinbeisser, traveled to D.C. to engage with federal agencies and Montana’s Senators. They were joined by Montana PLC Chair, Vicki Olson and American National CattleWomen Vice President Wanda Pinnow (past MT CattleWomen President).
Jay and Kori are back with an update from Helena. They discuss aquatic invasive species (AIS), grizzly bears, and exempt wells!
This week Jay and Kori discuss grizzly bears, b. abortus, Director of Agriculture appointee, exempt wells and so much more.
We are back with an update from Jay and Kori. We have passed the halfway mark but things are not slowing down at the Capital. Below you can find a condensed recap of the bills discussed in the podcast. If you have any questions about the bills discussed please contact the MSGA office at 406.442.3420.
NCBA Federal Lands Committee Chair Robbie LeValley discusses the potential consequences of Fish and Wildlife Service’s recently finalized rule regarding critical habitat designations, which expands their ability to designate habitat. – See more online.
Young Stockgrowers Chair, Lacey Ehlke, gives us an update on San Diego and the 2016 Cattle Industry Convention & NCBA Trade Show