Montana Attorney General
City staff is recommending the Billings City Council approve the nondiscrimination ordinance during its Aug. 11 meeting — but delay its enforcement.
HELENA — The Montana attorney general's office and an immigrant-rights group asked a judge Wednesday to bypass a trial and decide himself whether to uphold a law approved by voters in 2012 that requires immigration-status checks for anybody seeking state services.
If you’ve purchased a home recently, watch out for an official-looking mailing charging $83 for a property deed that costs less than a buck at the local courthouse.
Secure justice. The new federal courthouse was dedicated in downtown Billings just 27 months after construction began, a record short time for building a federal courthouse. The five-story courthouse features updated security for the courts and other agencies housed in it, along with energy-…
HELENA — A judge decided that a man can live unsupervised as the Montana Supreme Court mulls a state request to reinstate his conviction for a 1979 murder in Poplar.
CODY, Wyo. — Medicaid fraud has remained a steady crime over the past few years, costing programs in Wyoming and Montana tens of millions of dollars, state figures show.
HELENA — The state's medical marijuana law is not unconstitutional, and those challenging it are not entitled to a preliminary injunction to stop it from being implemented, the state attorney general's office said in a court filing Friday.
A District Court judge said Wednesday that a search warrant served on the Poplar police chief’s home that led to his arrest on marijuana-related charges violated his constitutional rights and ordered all evidence seized using the warrant suppressed.
HELENA — Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock is hoping to raise as much as $500,000 from private groups this year to finance a public advertising campaign warning of the dangers of prescription drug abuse.