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- 2 Man charged with putting camera in ex’s shower says he was filming chickens
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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…
We've all heard the slogans about our home state.
The 2011 legislature is now four weeks gone, but the ugly mess it created in state employee pay lingers on. Despite Gov. Brian Schweitzer's outspoken commitment to Montana workers and their right to organize and bargain collectively — or because of it — the 2011 Legislature turned its back o…
The Department of Revenue’s recent success at recovering $79.1 million in audit revenue is terrific news for Montana. The Great Recession has hurt state revenue, and there is no easy way to make up for what we’ve lost. That’s why we applaud the Schweitzer administration’s efforts to find fun…
Every day, new reports come out of Florida about the abuse of publicly funded private school tuition vouchers. The scandals shock even voucher proponents.
We thought nothing else could shock us in the shocking 2003 legislative session.