I-185, if approved by voters in November, would increase tobacco taxes by $2 per pack of cigarettes
HELENA — A fundraising letter has spiced up the low-profile race for Montana Supreme Court clerk, as Democrats say the letter suggests Republican Bowen Greenwood
The poll has an error margin of plus-or-minus 5.2 percent, meaning the race is a statistical dead heat.
HELENA – Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale appears to have illegally coordinated his campaign with National Rifle Association, Democratic groups alleged this week, citing
I-185, which will be decided by voters in November, would increase state tobacco taxes by about $74 million a year
A proposed 320-megawatt wind farm in south-central Montana – including battery storage for its power – is asking state regulators to settle a price dispute with Montana’s largest utility, so it can proceed with the project.
Some of Montana’s top political figures – Democrats and Republicans alike – paid tribute this week to Sen. John McCain, including a governor’s proclamation Monday ordering flags to be flown at half-staff in McCain’s honor.
This month, the state is holding its first auction of licenses for restaurants and other establishments to sell liquor, beer or wine – and launching a new licensing landscape that creates 54 new licenses in towns where businesses had struggled to acquire them.
A Montana-based citizens group says the ballot measure to raise state tobacco taxes and extend Montana’s Medicaid-expansion program is unconstitutional and should be tossed from the November ballot.
Gov. Steve Bullock, who told CNN Sunday he could support a ban on some semi-automatic “assault weapons,” told Montana reporters Tuesday that any ban should be part of a wider discussion on how to address gun violence.