Ten resort communities from around Montana are asking the state Legislature to let them increase the resort tax to help pay for infrastructure needs.
The “Hippy Hippy Shake” made significant progress towards becoming Montana’s official Rock and Roll song.
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to kill the bill to abolish the death penalty in Montana.
The question of whether raw milk sales should be legalized in Montana is back before the Legislature.
A bill creating a five-year moratorium on property taxes for new fiber-optic cable in Montana would help expand high-speed Internet into underserved areas of the state, its sponsor said Tuesday.
Jon Tester, Montana’s senior U.S. senator, visited the Montana This Morning set Tuesday to discuss several issues impacting both the state and nation.
A legislative committee Monday scaled back requested budget increases for the state Department of Corrections and public defenders’ office, saying criminal-justice reforms should help create savings for both agencies.
On Monday, the House Judiciary Committee heard testimony on a bill to abolish the death penalty in the state.
Senator Steve Daines, R-Mont., visited the Rimrock Foundation in Billings last week.
Last week, the U.S. Senate passed Public Lands Package 928, a bill that includes the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) which helps fund fishing access sites, trails, and playgrounds around the nation
A group of Helena students has helped put together a bill this legislative session, that they hope will help address gun safety in Montana.
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.
On Sunday’s Face the State, we examine Senate Bill 160, also known as the health and safety bill.
A second Republican-sponsored bill to extend and modify Medicaid expansion in Montana is in the works, with a focus on tightening eligibility for the health-care program and helping recipients out of poverty.
Gov. Steve Bullock, who had more mentions in national media this week on his potential run for president, is heading off this weekend to Iowa – the state that holds the first presidential nominating caucus next year.