April 22, 2020 Three Forks Voice
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In this April 22, 2020 edition of the Three Forks Voice more than three hundred Montana citizens and multiple Republican candidates for statewide office gathered at the state Capitol in Helena on Sunday, flouting federal, state, and public health agency social distancing recommendations to express a range of opinions centered on the belief that it’s time for state directives closing schools and businesses to end. Similar protests in recent days have occurred in Colorado, Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina, Utah, Indiana, Texas, and other states. “While we continue to prioritize the health and safety of Montanans, we know many residents are financially impacted by this crisis and need assistance now,” Governor Bullock said. Read more COVID-19 updates in this week's issue. Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin announced last week In-person Concealed Weapon Permit applications and renewals have been temporarily suspended but officials are creating a new process to make sure your requests are taken care of follow up on this story and more in this week's Three Forks Voice.