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One Tax System for Most of us, A Second Tax System for the Wealthy

The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy recently reported on the inequities in our nation’s tax system. Big corporations and the wealthy are...

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Updates from the First State-Tribal Relations Interim Committee Meeting

On Monday, August 26, the State-Tribal Relations Committee (STRC) held its first meeting of the interim. During the 2001 legislative session, the...

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Food Sovereignty: Reclaiming Food Systems

The consequences of colonization on indigenous peoples and nations are well-documented and far-reaching, and food is no exception. As colonists and...

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Helping Seniors: Montanan's Elderly Homeowner and Renter Tax Credit

In honor of Senior Citizen’s Day, MBPC would like to reflect upon a progressive part of Montana’s tax code - the elderly homeowner and renter...

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International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples 2019: Year of Indigenous Languages

Indigenous peoples make up less than 5 percent of the world’s population but speak a majority of the world’s 7,000 languages. According to the...

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Position Announcement: Digital Communications and Design Manager

The Montana Budget & Policy Center (MBPC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing responsible tax, budget, and economic policies...

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MBPC Announces Daliyah Killsback as New State-Tribal Policy Outreach Coordinator

MBPC is excited to announce Daliyah Killsback as our new State-Tribal Policy Outreach Coordinator. Daliyah will conduct research, analysis, and...

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Proposed Changes to SNAP Would Punish Montanans for Working and Saving

Last week, the Trump administration announced its plan to take food assistance away from 3.1 million Americans by proposing a rule change to the...

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