Legislative Republicans and outdoor-recreation groups lined up Monday behind a bill they said would increase access through private land to “landlocked” public lands in Montana.
Montana lawmakers will soon decide whether they want to increase the state’s commitment to funding voluntary preschool programs.
A new presidential task force will focus on protecting Native American children in the Indian Health Service System.
Republicans in the Montana House voted Monday to increase state income-tax revenue — by repealing more than a dozen tax credits, including several that benefit installers of energy-conservation and alternative-energy systems.
On a 10-9 vote, the bill to finance a proposed $48 million new museum for the Montana Historical Society advanced out of committee Monday.
House Bill 21, or Hanna’s Act, failed on a tie vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee Monday.
MTN News reached out to Montana’s U.S. senators for their response.
On Saturday, Senator Steve Daines heard directly from veterans on the issues they face with the Veteran’s Administration (VA) in rural areas.
A bill to legalize sports betting in Montana has passed out of a Senate committee.
The first committee vote on the bills to continue Medicaid expansion in Montana has been delayed.
For several sessions, state lawmakers have rejected funding for a proposed new Montana Historical Society museum in Helena — but this time, a GOP senator hopes a new funding source that also spreads money statewide will get the project approved.
State lawmakers are talking about getting movie companies to come to the Treasure State with the help of a new bill.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox signed a letter along with a coalition of attorneys general across the country calling on congress to pass the TRACED Act.
While the 2020 election is a long way off, Republicans and Democrats alike in Montana are already prepping for what could be a game-changing event: Republican Congressman Greg Gianforte running for governor.
State regulators reviewing NorthWestern Energy’s proposed $35 million rate increase voted Tuesday to reject most of the company’s requests to strike testimony on the future costs to ratepayers for the Colstrip 4 power plant.