Montana Researchers Recieve $20 Million Grant from The National Science Foundation to Study Water Quality in Montana

Montana Researchers Recieve $20 Million Grant from The National Science Foundation to Study Water Quality in Montana

Montana researchers have received an award from the National Science Foundation for investigations into water quality in the state. The 20-million-dollar cooperative agreement is part of their Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, or EPSCoR, and it will be a five-year project. KBMF’s Dave Hutchins talks with Dr. Katherine Zodrow of Montana Tech about the immense scope of work ahead for the researchers.

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Butte-Silver Bow May Draft Letter in Support of Medicaid Expansion

Butte-Silver Bow May Draft Letter in Support of Medicaid Expansion

A Butte-Silver Bow Commissioner has requested that the local government draft a letter in support of Montana’s Medicaid Expansion proposals. Clark Grant interviews local providers to ascertain the potential effects of Medicaid expansion’s possible failure in Montana, as well as some of the differences between the two proposals in the legislature.

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