BILLINGS- The two Republican members of Montana’s congressional delegation said Friday they will not accept their government pay during the ongoing government shutdown.
BILLINGS – Montana Sens. Steve Daines, a Republican, and Jon Tester, a Democrat, released statements Tuesday night in reaction to President Trump’s first Oval Office address on border security.
HELENA – 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.
HELENA – After three decades Montana officially has a new Clerk of the Montana Supreme Court.
HELENA – 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.
During the last congressional session, the U.S. Senate passed a bill that would address the issue of missing and murdered Native Americans.
CROW AGENCY- Crow Tribal Chairman Alvin “A.J.” Not Afraid blasted an apparent attempt to remove him from office by two other tribal officials, arguing the effort violates tribal law.
BOZEMAN – An internal dispute over the future of a Montana State University science department has gone public, with faculty saying an administration plan will undercut the department’s research mission.
BILLINGS- Lawmakers are less than a week away from the 66th Montana legislative session, and at least one legislator is focused on stopping human trafficking in Montana.
The Justice Department is examining whether or not former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke lied to his agency’s inspector general investigators, according to an article published Thursday in the Washington Post.
WASHINGTON, DC – Wednesday was US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s last day on the job.
HELENA – Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton announced Wednesday he is running for governor in 2020.
BILLINGS – You may think you own your DNA, but one Montana lawmaker says, you don’t – and he’s out to change that.
BILLINGS – Senator Jon Tester spoke on Face the Nation Sunday morning, to discuss the ongoing government shutdown and the ramifications of the political deadlock between a divided Congress and the White House.
BOZEMAN – Senator Steve Daines said recent reports that claim a 54-year-old federal land program—which protects public land in Montana, including Yellowstone National Park—could disappear are completely untrue.