Montana Family Foundation
HELENA — The Montana Family Foundation has hired Bowen Greenwood, former executive director of the state Republican Party, as its communications director.
On Monday and into Tuesday morning, 143 people offered up to three minutes of testimony on Billings’ proposed nondiscrimination ordinance.
An informational meeting on the possible effects of a nondiscrimination ordinance that’s scheduled to be considered by the Billings City Council this summer will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, at Billings Beartooth Harley Davidson, 6900 Interstate 90 Frontage Road.
A rally celebrating school choice is being hosted by the Montana Family Foundation on Thursday.
HELENA — Advocates for “school choice” — the use of tax credits or public money to help finance public-school alternatives in Montana like charter or private schools — have hit a high-water mark this Legislature, getting a major bill through a chamber for the first time.
Opinions on same-sex marriage are divisive, as shown by opposing rallies in Billings on Saturday afternoon.
Two events will be held Saturday in Billings promoting opposing views on the question of same-sex marriage.
HELENA — Montana lawmakers soon will consider bills to ban the death penalty and to allow or forbid physician-assisted suicide when a terminally ill patient requests it.
HELENA — A conservative group that said it was being unfairly banned from a state employee charity campaign will be allowed to participate after a settlement with the state.
BOZEMAN - The city of Bozeman is expected to adopt a resolution that supports seven gay couples who are suing the state for the same rights as married couples.
A Laurel-based conservative religious group is suing state officials, claiming that it is being illegally excluded from a charitable-giving program for state employees.