Montana Attorney General
MISSOULA — The Montana Attorney General’s Office has received a significant number of comments, both for and against, the proposed sale of the nonprofit Community Medical Center in Missoula to a for-profit partnership between Billings Clinic and RegionalCare Hospital Partners.
BUTTE — The Montana Attorney General’s Office says no criminal charges should be filed in connection with a festival coordinator’s forced entry into the hoist house of the Steward Mine, two top county officials said Wednesday.
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.