BUFFALO, Wyo. — The Wyoming Telecommunications Association is asking lawmakers for a sales and use tax exemption for Internet expansion in the state.
HELENA — Montana lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow state income tax exemptions for military pensions and military survivor benefits.
HELENA — Montana campaign finance regulators on Friday released past bank records of a secretive conservative group that is behind many candidate attack ads and challenges to the state's election laws. The documents reveal big-money ties to other conservative groups. Judge Jeffrey Sherlock o…
HELENA — U.S. Sen. Max Baucus of Montana says the legislative finance committee that he chairs is launching an investigation into a charity it suspects may be exploiting veterans.
Montana’s largest hospitals continue to increase their charity care and other community benefits, according to a report from Attorney General Steve Bullock.
CASPER — The Internal Revenue Service will not know for a while how many small nonprofit organizations filed an extension by the Oct. 15 deadline after which they would lose tax-exempt status, a spokesman said Friday.
More than 1,600 small nonprofit organizations in Montana, from the Toastmasters to Absaroka Search Dogs in Billings, are about to lose their federal tax-exempt status at midnight Friday, and many don’t know it.
CHEYENNE - The Wyoming House of Representatives voted Wednesday to remove a three-year residency requirement from a property tax relief bill.