Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins is teasing an announcement next week, which political experts in Montana are speculating is a likely challenge to U.S. Sen. Steve Daines in 2020.
The 2019 Montana Legislature passed House Bill 725 during the legislative session, which legalized sports gambling in the state through the Montana Lottery.
Gov. Bullock signs, touts major health-care bills from 2019 Legislature — including Medicaid expansion
The 2019 Legislature’s work on health care took center stage Thursday, as Gov. Steve Bullock signed several bills to address health-care problems in the state — including the granddaddy of them all, Medicaid expansion
A bill meant to cut the cost of prescription drugs in Montana fell victim to Gov. Steve Bullock’s veto pen Thursday, as the governor said the bill might do just the opposite.
Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed a bill that would have created a 10-year property-tax abatement for installing new cable for high-speed Internet and cell-phone service.
A Great Falls native has thrown his hat into the ring to be the next Montana Attorney General.
Gov. Steve Bullock signed or let become law 76 bills Tuesday, including ones to crack down on sexual abusers of children and to increase funding for state parks.
Raph Graybill, the chief legal counsel for Gov. Steve Bullock, on Monday became the second Democrat to announce that he’s running for Montana attorney general in 2020.
Representative Greg Gianforte (R-MT) stopped by Montana This Morning to discuss a number of issues impacting the Treasure State.
A bipartisan congressional coalition, including both Montana senators, recently passed a resolution marking May 5 as National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls.
In this week’s installment of Face the State, MTN Chief Political Reporter Mike Dennison takes a deeper dive into the results, and politics, of the session.
The commission that will draw new Montana House and Senate district boundaries after the 2020 Census must name its fifth member and presiding officer by May 14 — and is asking volunteers from the public to apply.
Companies that install high-speed cable for internet and cell-phone service in Montana are awaiting — and lobbying — Gov. Steve Bullock on his decision whether to sign a bill granting a 10-year property-tax abatement for new cable installation.
Within a year, sports betting on professional and collegiate athletics will be available in Montana.
Governor Steve Bullock signed “Hanna’s Act” Friday, a law aimed at addressing what some have called an epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous persons.