House Bill 477 would create a new criminal offense of “leaving a firearm accessible to a child.” A person could be fined up to $1,000 if they left a gun unsecured, a child got it and fired it, and it caused death or serious injury to the child or another person.
The three members of Montana’s congressional delegation reacted to President Trump’s Friday announcement that’s he’s declaring a national emergency to divert federal money to build a southern border wall.
HELENA – A ballot measure to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Montana is expected in 2020, so state lawmakers should prepare by creating an
Sen. Steve Daines stopped by Montana this Morning on Friday to discuss President Trump’s plans for the spending bill, the Land and Water Conservation Fund, his planned trip to eastern Montana, and his run for re-election in 2020.
HELENA – Gov. Steve Bullock, who had more mentions in national media this week on his potential run for president, is heading off this weekend
HELENA – A second Republican-sponsored bill to extend and modify Medicaid expansion in Montana is in the works, with a focus on tightening eligibility for
HELENA — Charles Asmus, a child protective specialist in Montana, told the House State Administration Committee Wednesday that he’ll owe about $190,000 after he gets his doctorate. But, he already has a caseload of over 25 families and only gets paid about $2,000 a month.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has a new job with a lobbying firm led by former aides of President Trump.
BILLINGS – A Montana state senator is heading to the White House next month in hopes of saving Colstrip’s coal plants.
HELENA – Montana’s 1997 experiment with electric utility deregulation left a trail of economic wreckage in its wake – but that isn’t stopping Democratic lawmaker
HELENA – Gov. Steve Bullock’s proposed funding increase that would enable the state university system to freeze tuition for the next two years cleared its
HELENA – The Montana House Wednesday endorsed a bill to replace Columbus Day as a state holiday in October with Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The House
HELENA — The Montana Senate has passed a bill that would request that the Montana University System host workshops to help students better manage their debt.
HELENA – The Montana Senate Tuesday endorsed a bill increasing by $3 the motor-vehicle fee that supports state parks and fishing-access sites. Increasing the annual
The Montana House of Representatives has passed a bill that would use money from the coal severance tax trust fund to pay for low- and moderate-income housing projects.