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HELENA — Mike Black, an attorney in the state Department of Justice, is seeking appointment to be a justice on the Montana Supreme Court.
HELENA — The 2013 Legislature unconstitutionally broke a contact with retired educators when it reduced their annual cost-of-living increases for their pensions, attorneys for the MEA-MFT union and some current and retired education employees said in court Wednesday.
HELENA – The conservative “dark money” political group fighting state efforts to force disclosure of its finances lost another key court decision Friday, as a state judge ruled that it violated multiple state campaign-finance and election laws.
MISSOULA — Six gay couples who are suing Montana for the benefits that married couples have asked the state Supreme Court on Friday to rule that denying those benefits is an unconstitutional violation of their equal protections.
A panel of emergency services officials interviewed five candidates Friday for Yellowstone County Director of Emergency Services. Longtime DES director Jim Kraft retired in July, and county commissioners appointed elections administrator Duane Winslow as interim director while opening up the…
The newly appointed director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs says that tribal leaders have every right to expect the BIA to serve them — and not the other way around.