Tom Jacobson unexpectedly passed away on Thursday, May 1, surrounded by his family. Tom was born in Billings, the first son of Paul and Mary Lou Jacobson and graduated from Billings Senior High School in 1967. Tom continued his education at Rocky Mountain College earning a degree in Business…
Calling himself a “Joe Blow working-class guy” who likes to hunt and fish, Tom Jacobson was frustrated by continually losing access to ranches where he had hunted.
HELENA — Did Medicaid expansion in Montana die Friday because of a mistakenly cast vote?
HELENA -- Only one income tax simplification bill survived Monday, although its Senate sponsor was not happy with a series of House committee amendments that boost the costs of his bill.
HELENA – The Montana House Saturday narrowly endorsed the session’s major school choice bill, which would create state income tax credits for donations to groups that fund scholarships for kids attending private schools.
We have been receiving between $40 million and $50 million in coal severance tax every year. One half of this tax is dedicated to the Constitutional Coal Trust because of a decision of the people in 1976 to set aside one half of the tax for the use of future generations.
HELENA — The House Taxation Committee endorsed a bill Monday to extend to all new future electrical generating facilities —including coal and natural gas — the current tax breaks offered only to alternative-energy facilities such as wind.
HELENA — With Republicans spearheading the effort, legislators are seeking to cut taxes by nearly a half billion dollars.
HELENA — Montana legislators have proposed 22 different constitutional amendments so far this session, but they’ve already dropped a number of them.
More than anything, Billings School District 2 trustees want their new superintendent to play well with others.
Chairman Rehberg holds the future for Montana's matched savings programs.