HELENA — Buried within NorthWestern Energy’s request to increase Montanan electric rates by $35 million a year is a proposal that solar-power installers say could
HELENA – A new proposal to ban Montana campaign spending by foreign nationals that was introduced in the Legislature on Wednesday has strong support from Gov.
HELENA — Thirty people told the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday the state needs to address Montana’s missing persons problem and pass “Hanna’s Act,” even after
This is the first of a two-part series on NorthWestern Energy’s $35 million electric rate-increase request HELENA — The future and value of NorthWestern Energy’s
WASHINGTON, D.C.- After easily passing both the House and the Senate with bipartisan support, a public lands package was signed by President Donald Trump Tuesday
On Monday morning, the public had a chance to comment before the Montana House Judiciary Committee on proposed legislation that would criminalize misrepresenting a service
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi does not currently support impeaching President Donald Trump despite thinking that he’s unfit for the country’s highest office, according to a
HELENA – Many Montana businesses will see a reduction in their workers’ compensation insurance costs after Montana State Fund announced its rate changes for the
HELENA – Governor Steve Bullock on Friday issued his first outright veto of the 2019 Legislature – shooting down a Republican-sponsored bill on health insurance.
House Democrats pass plan to overhaul ethics rules, expand voting rights and target Trump tax returns
The House of Representatives on Friday passed a key priority of the new Democratic majority: A sweeping legislative proposal that Democrats call HR 1 that
HELENA – From abolishing the death penalty to allowing online voter registration, the 2019 Montana Legislature is saying “no” to plenty of ideas so far
HELENA – When state lawmakers return to Helena later this week to start the 2019 session’s second half, the focus will be hammering out the
HELENA – The latest draft of the Republican plan to continue expanded Medicaid in Montana requires most recipients to self-report 80 hours a month of
HELENA – Montana lawmakers wrapped up the first half of the 2019 Legislature Friday morning, as the House took its final votes before a week-long
BILLINGS – Montana Gov. Steve Bullock will make another trip to Iowa next week as he continues to consider a run for president in 2020.