Montana has one of the highest per capita veteran populations in the U.S. Nearly 25,000 of our veterans in the Treasure State are living in Ravalli County.
HELENA – The first committee vote on the bills to continue Medicaid expansion in Montana has been delayed. The House Human Services Committee had been
HELENA — After three failed attempts in previous sessions, a bill that would prevent minors from using tanning beds is moving through the Legislature. Sen.
HELENA — For several sessions, state lawmakers have rejected funding for a proposed new Montana Historical Society museum in Helena — but this time, a
A poll by University of Montana researchers found a majority of registered Montana voters support legalizing marijuana. The online survey was part of UM’s Big
Proposed legislation heard at the State Capitol Tuesday would legalize sports gambling in Montana, but only in qualified locations like taverns. The Senate Business, Labor,
HELENA — While the 2020 election is a long way off, Republicans and Democrats alike in Montana are already prepping for what could be a
HELENA — A majority of the state Public Service Commission Monday threw its support behind the controversial bill designed to help NorthWestern Energy buy an
HELENA – Governor Steve Bullock is announcing the formation of a “Grizzly Bear Advisory Council”, helping to set up the state to take a more
BOZEMAN, Mont.- Montana Senator Steve Daines and Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski met at the Wild Sheep Foundation on Sunday to talk about the recent passage
HELENA — The crowd started gathering early for Saturday’s dual hearing before the House Human Services Committee on the two competing bills that would continue Medicaid
HELENA — Rep. Daniel Zolnikov (R-Billings) says people have a right to be asked if internet service providers can use their personal data. Zolnikov is
Montana firefighters were at the Legislature Friday continuing their fight for coverage for on-the-job illnesses. The House Business and Labor Committee held its first hearing
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
HELENA — A bill moving through the Legislature would allow microdistilleries to increase their alcohol production and still keep their tasting rooms. Under current law,