Sep 26, 2017|Press Release

Montana Chamber discusses talent and budget on MBA Tour

On the third week of its Montana Business Agenda Tour, the Montana Chamber of Commerce spent time in north central Montana. The stops on this leg of the tour included White Sulphur Springs, Lewistown, Havre, Shelby, Cut Bank and Great Falls. On Monday, the Montana Chamber took a tour of the Black Butte Copper Project and ended with Webb Brown, …

Sep 16, 2017|Press Release

Montana Chamber hears comments on workforce, infrastructure

On Friday, the Montana Chamber of Commerce wrapped up the second week of its Montana Business Agenda (MBA) Tour. The Montana Chamber stopped in Laurel, Billings, Colstrip, Miles City, Glendive, Sidney, Glasgow, Butte and Anaconda.  For the Montana Chamber, the MBA Tour was an opportunity to share with the public its successes during the Session and was a chance to update …

Sep 13, 2017|Press Release

Montana’s legal climate improves in Institute for Legal Reform survey

Montana is becoming a more attractive state in which to conduct business as the Treasure State improved from the 34th overall in 2015 to the 27th best state liability system this year, according to a survey released by the Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The ILR recently released its 2017 Lawsuit Climate Survey, which …

Sep 8, 2017|Press Release

Montana Chamber of Commerce kicks off Montana Business Agenda Tour

POLSON—The Montana Chamber of Commerce began its 31-city Montana Business Agenda (MBA) Tour this week as it traveled through western Montana. During the tour, the Montana Chamber stopped in Missoula, Hamilton, Kalispell, Whitefish, Columbia Falls, Eureka, Libby and Polson. The two focuses of the trip were sharing the Montana Chamber’s 10-year strategic plan, Envision 2026, and finding out what concerns businesses …

Sep 1, 2017|Headlines, Press Release

Montana Chamber of Commerce applauds ruling on overtime pay

Sept. 1, 2017 For immediate release Contact: Alexandria Klapmeier, communications director Alexandria@MontanaChamber.com HELENA— On Thursday, the Montana Chamber of Commerce welcomed news of a federal judge in Texas overturning the U.S. Overtime Pay Rule. The rule would have required employers to pay overtime to most salaried workers who earn less than $47,476 annually, a sharp increase from the current annual …