This is the second of a three-part series previewing the 2019 Montana Legislature HELENA – Gov. Steve Bullock, preparing for his final Legislature, is pitching
This is the first of a three-part series previewing the 2019 Montana Legislature HELENA – When it comes to Montana’s 2019 Legislature, there can be
This is the first of a two-part series on changes within the MT Department of Corrections HELENA – A Department of Corrections reorganization announced this
A drug-benefits company has agreed to provide state regulators with its Montana pricing and contract data, which could help efforts to force lower prescription drug prices, state Auditor Matt Rosendale said Wednesday.
This Sunday, MTN News will air a special Face the State program that takes a look at Forrest Anderson’s remarkable career, and its impact on Montana.
Tester and Daines urge passage of bill aimed at helping Vietnam veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange
HELENA – Montana’s two U.S. senators on Tuesday urged the passage of a bill, blocked in the Senate, to mandate health and disability benefits for
HELENA – Spending on Montana’s 2018 U.S. Senate race smashed the record for a single Montana campaign, surpassing $63 million by the two main candidates
The Montana Supreme Court held oral arguments Wednesday in an ongoing legal battle between Gov. Steve Bullock and Attorney General Tim Fox over who has authority to approve conservation easements.
HELENA – The air-travel cost for President Trump’s four campaign visits to Montana this year was nearly $3 million – and that doesn’t include other
In both races, the losing candidate has requested the recount and posted a non-refundable bond to pay for the recount.
Early Wednesday morning after the Nov. 6 election day in Montana, more than 100,000 votes had yet to be counted and reported statewide – almost one-fifth of the votes that had been cast.
HELENA – A looming tug-of-war over an obscure House rule could influence the fate of key bills at the 2019 Legislature, as some lawmakers hope
Republicans hold a 30-20 majority in the state Senate and a 58-42 margin in the House.
Stapleton awarded the $265K contract to a Billings firm owned by political consultant Jake Eaton.
State lawmakers on Wednesday will choose their leadership for the 2019 Legislature – and new faces are guaranteed for the top spots in the Montana House.