In browsing the ol' Reddit threads today, I came across a post asking people "What's the price of you moving to, and living forever, in Idaho?". Now, this is something that intrigued me. As for Idaho, I think MY price would be quite steep! However, for Montana, it would be dramatically less.

Why is Montana cheaper for me?

Isolated Red Cabin, Glacier National Park
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Beyond the fact of being modern, yet original, all in one... Montana is my home and has been my home for 30 years. Sure, I occasionally have beef with this state as we all do, but Montana as a whole is a great choice to live. Cost of living is also quite low, comparing to other states, and Montana offers a wide range of activities.

How much would I accept from Ol' Greggy to sign on the dotted line?

Montana State Capital Building in Helena Montana
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If Triple G (Governor Greg Gianforte) offered me $10,000 a year, with an inflation agreement, as a "thanks for living here" bonus, I'd be going nowhere. I think that is a fair price to have someone go absolutely nowhere else for the remainder of their life! Plus, after a few years, I'd have a house, some land, and I'd be quite happy.

So, Josh, what's the point here?

Downtown Bozeman, Montana
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Ok, I get it. This whole post has been ME ME ME. Well, here's your time to shine. We want to hear from YOU. How much would you need Triple G to give you a year? Remember, you'd sign on the dotted line a LIFETIME contract to stay in Montana. Take the poll below, and in a week we'll share the results!

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