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Governor Bullock Addresses Early Childhood Education with Business Leaders

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Today in Helena our governor addressed over a 100 business leaders from around the state to discuss his biggest educational concerns.

The Montana Chamber of Commerce held the business days conference at the Great Northern Hotel in Downtown Helena.  The big topic of the day was the opportunities and challenges that businesses currently face. They also covered topics such as how to expand manufacturing, Medicaid, and workforce development. Governor Bullock voiced his opinions as well to see how these businesses could help the future of Montana's youth starting with their development during early education. He believes its imperative for them to take an interest in order for us to have a positive future in Montana.

"They can just like a business leader advocates for economic climate or certain policies they need to push, not only both at the local level talking to their communities, but on the state level to make sure we are not one of only nine states that aren't making investments in early childhood education." said Governor Steve Bullock.

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