HELENA – Hanna’s Act, House Bill 21, has passed both chambers of the Montana legislature and is on its way to the Governor’s desk.
HELENA — The future of the proposal to prolong the life of the Colstrip 4 power plant, by encouraging NorthWestern Energy to buy a larger
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed three bills late last week, including one that would have exempted more Social Security income from state taxation.
After years of work to implement Real ID licenses and ID cards, the Department of Homeland Security said Monday Montana is officially compliant with the REAL ID Act of 2005.
Last year, Montana voters approved Legislative Referendum 129. It says only a family member, household member, caregiver or acquaintance can directly deliver another voter’s ballot to election offices, and that anyone who does drop off another person’s ballot must register.
In November, voters will select two Helena city commissioners, Helena’s municipal court judge and two members of the East Helena City Council.
HELENA – A new group is seeking to let voters decide for themselves if the recreational use of marijuana should be legalized in the Treasure State.
HELENA — State lawmakers gave their final approval Thursday to two major proposals — the continuation of Medicaid expansion and the first state construction bonding
HELENA — The Montana House Thursday breathed new life into the bill to authorize and help finance a new, $48 million Montana Historical Society museum
GREAT FALLS – A Montana veteran was honored Wednesday morning for his work as a nurse practitioner with the Great Falls VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic.
Revisions including collection, delivery and tracking of sexual assault evidence kits coming to Montana
BILLINGS- More reform is coming to how law enforcement and health professionals handle sexual assaults and specifically rape kits in Montana
HELENA – After a turbulent journey through the Montana Legislature, the bill named after Hannah Harris, who was found murdered on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in 2013, passed the Senate 37-13 Tuesday.
HELENA – The bill that spends $165 million in state money over the next two years to build and maintain state-owned buildings passed its final
HELENA — A one-sentence bill that morphed into a nine-page, $38 million legislative behemoth is a key element of the 2019 Montana Legislature’s final budget dance — and so are a few other of these so-called “companion bills,” which have drawn a skeptical eye from some lawmakers.
BILLINGS- Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has signed a legislative bill to continue the work of Montana’s sexual assault task force.