HELENA — Six of the seven Montana Supreme Court justices have filed a friends-of-the-court brief asking a federal judge to uphold a 2008 state judicial rule that prohibits judicial candidates from seeking or accepting partisan endorsements.
HELENA – A hearing examiner has recommended that two top state elected officials approve the proposed merger of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana with Health Care Service Corp. of Chicago.
HELENA — Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana and its prospective buyer agreed Friday to create at least 100 new jobs in Montana and keep health insurance costs relatively low, in exchange for a state recommendation to approve their merger.
HELENA — State insurance officials said this week that they’re not yet convinced the proposed merger of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana with an Illinois health insurance giant is good for Montana consumers — and are asking the companies for commitments that might lead them to change their mind.
HELENA — The Chicago-based health insurer that hopes to buy Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana said Monday it has scrapped plans to build a 100-employee call center in Great Falls.
HELENA -- A former Montana Supreme Court justice is giving U.S. Sen. Jon Tester high marks in a new ethics review.
HELENA – Helena attorney Beth Baker will become the second woman on the Montana Supreme Court, as she de-feated District Judge Nels Swandal of Wilsall in Tuesday’s election for an open seat on the seven-member high court.
LIVINGSTON — A judge running for the state Supreme Court has given a man accused of assaulting a woman a sentence with an unusual twist.