Tribal governments would be allowed to access a state infrastructure loan program under legislation debated Monday in the Montana House Appropriations Committee.
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CHEYENNE – After two weeks of drama between the House and Senate stemming from $70 million in budgetary differences, the Wyoming Legislature will be taking up a supplemental budget this week largely similar to the one they started with.
The Missoulian Editorial Board has previously called for support for two bills awaiting action in the Legislature that would finally put in place long overdue protections for youth in private alternative treatment programs. Add to these an equally important measure, currently in the drafting process, that promises to ensure effective oversight of these programs.
Keanu Reeves can't believe how well 'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure' has stood the test of time.
A bust at the Butte Country Club in November has prompted a Butte lawmaker to push legislation that would allow people to play the dice game cee-lo at bars and other establishments licensed to sell alcohol.
Gov. Steve Bullock said Thursday he supports shifting regulation of private residential treatment programs for troubled teens to the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.
A Helena student group has secured a primary sponsor for a bill that members hope will improve gun safety in Montana.
A state lawmaker is proposing to increase the amount of liquor Montana’s micro distilleries can sell to individual customers each day.
A bill that would change the name of Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day cleared the Montana House on Wednesday.
An independent analysis estimates about 26,000 to 36,000 low-income adults would lose coverage under Medicaid expansion in Montana if proposed work requirements are put in place.