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- 4 Bleskin injury further tangles Bobcats' QB situation
- 5 Opening times for Billings stores on Thanksgiving, Black Friday
HELENA — Montana utility regulators dropped a proposal Tuesday to spend $3,000 to hire a former University of Montana law professor known for his conservative views to point out any constitutional problems with proposed federal regulations to reduce carbon dioxide pollution from power plants.
Joe Balyeat (Feb. 2 guest opinion) is no friend of public programs and services, especially public education and the folks who serve therein. He would privatize our public schools at taxpayer expense. He would lay waste to the democratic public school governing structures outlined in our sta…
MISSOULA - Former University of Montana law professor and two-time gubernatorial candidate Rob Natelson says it was "petty" and "inexplicable" for the law school faculty to deny him emeritus status.
HELENA — It may be the most far-reaching and important issue on the November ballot, but Constitutional Convention Call No. 2 is flying so far under the political radar that no one is even talking about it.
A last-minute change in venue for an appearance by University of Montana law professor Rob Natelson at a Big Sky Tea Party Association town hall meeting today has student organizers at Carroll College crying foul.
HELENA — When Rob Natelson moves to Colorado this summer, he will leave behind a much-revitalized Montana conservative movement that he helped foment and lead over much of the past two decades.
MISSOULA — The way law professor Rob Natelson sees it, his new job will be much like his old job, minus a captive audience.