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2020 Census Goes Digital
The future is here ? the United States census is moving online to save money and make participation easier. Find out what?s in store, why the census is important and how Montana has changed since the last census in 2010.
2011 Kids Count Data Book - Montana Fact Sheet
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
A fact sheet outlining key indicators of the well being of Montana's children, including data on birth rates, death rates, children in poverty and other important indicators.
Sparsely populated, with miles of rural highways and alarmingly high rates of teenagers who drink alcohol and drive, Montana has consistently shown higher death rates for children and teens than most other states in the nation. While the total death rates are the result of numerous causes, the leading cause of death for youth under 19 in Montana and throughout the nation is motor vehicle accidents.
Fiscal Impacts of an Aging Population in Montana
George W. Haynes, Douglas J. Young and Myles Watts
Aging of the population may put significant pressure on federal, state, and local government budgets in coming decades. On the revenue side, income taxes may fall as Baby Boomers retire. On the expenditure side, state and local governments pay for a variety of services for the elderly, including some health care and nursing homes.
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