HELENA — A state judge will hear an immigrant-rights group's challenge of a voter-approved law requiring proof of citizenship or legal standing from applicants for state services.
HELENA — A Montana judge has blocked part of a voter-approved law that requires proof of citizenship or legal standing to receive state services, but he left most of it intact to "preserve the intent of the people."
HELENA — Eight men who entered the U.S. illegally but have since become permanent residents say a new Montana law wrongly puts them at risk of being denied services and treats them as second-class people.
Ana Macrae, a native of Peru, got the best birthday present ever on Thursday.
HELENA — An advocacy group told a judge Thursday that a new voter-approved law unconstitutionally requires state agencies to determine who is an illegal immigrant and turn them over to federal authorities.
25 people were at the new federal courthouse in Billings to be sworn in as the United States' newest citizens.
HELENA — The Legislature is wrapping up a proposal that would ask voters to divide up Montana Supreme Court races by district, while rebuffing a constitutional referendum asking voters to let them meet every year for shorter sessions.
Mary Ann Lorette-Rust of Missoula holds the Merchant Marine identification card that belonged to her father, who was a Canadian citizen. Lorette-Rust is one of perhaps a quarter-million people who automatically became Canadian citizens on April 17.
KALISPELL - Mary Ann Lorette-Rust didn't pay much attention when a sudden hankering for a cold Molson beer took hold of her recently.