A bill to mandate dyslexia screening in Montana schools will make its way before the state’s legislature on February 6.
U.S. Senator Steve Daines announced Friday at the March for Life rally in the nation’s capital that he is forming the first ever “pro-life caucus” in the Senate.
State Republicans laid out their plan Thursday to quickly approve an inflationary increase to public school funding.
State lawmakers unveiled a pair of bills Tuesday to remove any time limits on taking legal action against child molesters, saying it’s time for Montana to bring abusers of children to justice.
The U.S. Supreme Court Monday declined to hear a challenge to Montana’s campaign-contribution limits, letting the 24-year-old law stand.
HELENA – On Friday, the Montana State Capitol rotunda was crowded with people from across Montana. They had gathered for the Rally for Public Lands, an event advocating maintaining and expanding public lands in the state.
Senator Jon Tester joined Montana This Morning to discuss several issues impacting the state including the federal response to missing and murdered Indigenous women, the reintroduction of the Little Shell Restoration Act, and the ongoing government shutdown.
Legislative Democrats said Thursday they’re introducing their own bill to reauthorize expanded Medicaid in Montana, but offered few details on how it may update the program that provides health coverage to 95,000 low-income Montanans.
The Montana Democratic Party has filed a complaint against Secretary of State Corey Stapleton claiming he violated state law by announcing his campaign for governor using an official state email account.
Montana Senate President Scott Sales said Wednesday he’ll ask the Legislature to express its formal support for President Trump’s southern border wall.
A new piece of legislation in Montana would stop the state’s Motor Vehicle Division from taking your driver’s license away if you can’t afford to pay for court-ordered fines and fees for unrelated offenses.
Steve Daines and Jon Tester released statements Tuesday night in reaction to the President’s first Oval Office address on border security.
As Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock made a new pitch Tuesday for extending Montana’s $550 million-a-year Medicaid expansion program, a leading Republican told MTN News that he’s hoping to introduce a Medicaid bill in the coming weeks.
After three decades, Montana officially has a new Clerk of the Montana Supreme Court.
On the opening day of Montana’s 2019 Legislature, House Republicans Monday agreed to key rule changes they said would lead to a more “open and transparent process” on controversial bills before the body.