HELENA — The biggest issue of the 2019 Legislature will be under the spotlight Saturday, as a House committee plans an all-day hearing on the
MISSOULA – Montana is one of only five states in the U.S. — and the only one in the West — where firefighters aren’t offered care and protection for cancer and other diseases they encounter while keeping us safe.
HELENA — A bill moving through the Legislature would allow microdistilleries to increase their alcohol production and still keep their tasting rooms.
HELENA – On a bipartisan vote, the Montana House Thursday endorsed a bill that would prohibit judges from suspending someone’s driver’s license for non-payment of court fines or costs.
HELENA – A new proposal to ban Montana campaign spending by foreign nationals that was introduced in the Legislature on Wednesday has strong support from Gov. Steve Bullock.
GREAT FALLS – Senator Jon Tester said Wednesday that funding for upgrades at Malmstrom Air Force Base is threatened due to President Trump’s disaster emergency declaration.
HELENA – Republican lawmakers have introduced a bill that trims borrowed funding for public works projects to $80 million, half of what Gov. Steve Bullock proposed.
HELENA – Governor Steve Bullock on Friday issued his first outright veto of the 2019 Legislature – shooting down a Republican-sponsored bill on health insurance.
HELENA — Buried within NorthWestern Energy’s request to increase Montanan electric rates by $35 million a year is a proposal that solar-power installers say could knee-cap their business — a new rate structure for “net metered” rooftop solar systems.
HELENA — A bill designed to help NorthWestern Energy buy part of a Colstrip power plant — and perhaps extend the life of the plant — got a new life of its own Wednesday at the Legislature.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- After easily passing both the House and the Senate with bipartisan support, a public lands package was signed by President Donald Trump Tuesday at the White House.
HELENA — Rep. Joel Krautter (R-Sidney) said Montana’s urban counties are rapidly expanding and spearheading the state’s economic growth while rural counties are being left behind.
HELENA — Thirty people told the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday the state needs to address Montana’s missing persons problem and pass “Hanna’s Act,” even after funding for the bill was cut.
HELENA – Bike Walk Montana set up in the Capitol Rotunda Tuesday to help educate lawmakers and visitors about the importance of creating safe and accessible spaces for pedestrians and bicyclists.
This is the first of a two-part series on NorthWestern Energy’s $35 million electric rate-increase request HELENA — The future and value of NorthWestern Energy’s