Leaders with Montana’s Office of the State Public Defender told lawmakers Friday that they’re expecting higher caseloads in the coming years – and that could lead to higher costs.
A bill introduced in the legislature Monday would hold retailers accountable when it comes to labeling meat products.
The president of the Assiniboine and Gros Ventre Tribes on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation delivered Montana’s State of the Tribal Nations address Thursday at the capitol.
A bill allowing Montana microbrewery taprooms to extend their hours to 10 p.m. died a quick death.
A Democratic lawmaker Thursday introduced the first bill this Legislature to continue Medicaid expansion in Montana, saying the program providing health coverage to 95,000 low-income adults should remain largely unchanged.
Gov. Steve Bullock’s proposal for $160 million in bonding to finance infrastructure projects across Montana cleared its first committee Thursday – but Republicans made it clear it contents are likely to change later.
Republicans are preparing to overhaul Gov. Steve Bullock’s $300 million-plus of infrastructure proposals – but they’re also working on a new framework to guide future spending on major building projects.
Firefighters are one step closer to getting the health and safety bill passed in the Montana legislature.
A state Senate panel Wednesday killed a bill that would have asked Montana voters whether they want to end daylight-saving time in the state.
The three members of Montana’s congressional delegation gave their response to President Trump’s State of the Union speech Tuesday night.
Tavern and restaurant owners lined up Tuesday to oppose a bill extending microbreweries’ tap-room hours to 10 p.m. in Montana, saying it gives craft brewers an unfair competitive advantage on retail sales of beer.
Montana’s Republican congressman, Greg Gianforte, told state lawmakers Monday the national economy is booming because of policies by Republicans and President Trump – and that perhaps Montana should take “a page from our national pro-growth playbook.”
This week, the Montana Legislature will hold its first hearing on what is likely to be a major issue during their session – proposals to expand access to preschool in the state.
United States Senator Jon Tester has announced who his guest will be for the State of the Union address: Briana Lamb of Missoula, a known advocate for missing and murdered indigenous women.
The Montana House Friday narrowly endorsed a bill requiring a two-thirds majority of both the House and Senate to enact a tax or fee increase, or new tax or fee.