Attend a regional meeting near you 02/12/2018
All members are invited to attend the regional meeting closest to YOU to learn more about our new merged union: Montana Federation of Public Employees.

It's official! MEA-MFT & MPEA are merged 01/21/2018
It’s official: Montana’s two largest public employee unions, MEA-MFT and the Montana Public Employees Association (MPEA), have joined forces.

9 more MT teachers achieve National Board Certification 01/08/2018
Late last month the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards announced that nine more Montana teachers successfully earned National Board Certification (NBC).

A new union for Montana 01/02/2018
January 20, 2018, MEA-MFT and MPEA member leaders will gather here in Helena and ratify a proposed constitution creating a new union, the Montana Federation of Public Employees.

Special MEA-MFT Rep. Assembly Jan. 20, 2018 12/20/2017
Saturday, January 20, 2018, MEA-MFT will hold a special representative assembly to discuss and vote on the proposed constitution for our new merged union

PASS Training - Spring 2018 12/14/2017
MEA-MFT PASS course has been developed by and for Montana paraprofessionals and provides participants with important skills in classroom management as well as proven strategies in reading, writing, and math instruction, taught in a dynamic and fun setting.

Montana torpedoed by Daines and Gianforte 12/08/2017
This tax package may be a Libertarian dream, but it will be disastrous for citizens who expect our state government to provide for public health, safety and education.

Federal tax bill could cost Montana $128 million/year 12/06/2017
The state of Montana could lose about $128 million annually in the next two fiscal years to its general fund because of federal tax reforms, a legislative panel considering a study of the state’s tax structure was told Tuesday.

Counties angry over office closures due to state cuts 12/06/2017
The Montana Department of Revenue is closing its county satellite offices in Chester and Conrad on Friday because of budget reductions in House Bill 2 and Senate Bill 261 approved in the 2017 legislative session.

Sign up for Missoula regional training 12/01/2017
All MEA-MFT & MPEA members are welcome to this fun, free event!

Gov. Bullock to veto state employee furloughs 11/17/2017
Gov. Bullock has announced he will veto HB 8 (Usher), the ignorant, mean-spirited, anti-government frontal assault on Montana’s collective bargaining act that surfaced in the special session.

Special session adjourns  11/16/2017
The special session of the Montana Legislature adjourned late last night. Instead of finding a balanced approach to deal with the state’s revenue shortfall, the legislative majority voted for $110 million in cuts to state services and made it more difficult to restore services if revenue rebounds.