Savanna’s Act is no longer existent due to a new congressional legislative session.
Sen. Steve Daines and Rep. Greg Gianforte will not accept their pay during the ongoing government shutdown while a spokesman for Sen. Jon Tester said he will continue to take a paycheck.
Republican Secretary of State Corey Stapleton announced Wednesday that he’s running for governor in 2020.
Billings Republican Rep. Daniel Zolnikov wants Montanans to have a say in whether DNA is shared with advertisers.
Attorney General Tim Fox plans to bring forth several proposals to fight drug abuse
Republicans who control the Legislature say those taxes aren’t going to fly
The $600 million-a-year program provides virtually free health coverage to nearly 100,000 low-income adults in Montana, but is set to expire in June.
The governor’s office said closing the program and transferring its residents was a “fiscally responsible move.”
President Donald Trump signed the Farm Bill into law on Thursday.
This is the first of a two-part series on changes within the MT Department of Corrections
A drug-benefits company has agreed to provide state regulators with its Montana pricing and contract data, which could help efforts to force lower prescription drug prices, state Auditor Matt Rosendale said Wednesday.
“It’s an intense, stressful atmosphere,” said Lindsey Vroegindewey, chief clerk of the Montana House of Representatives.
This Sunday, MTN News will air a special Face the State program that takes a look at Forrest Anderson’s remarkable career, and its impact on Montana.
The court said the $150 income-tax credit is clearly meant to aid private schools in Montana
Representatives of veterans’ groups also appeared at the news conference to urge passage of the bill.