Rep. Jennifer Carlson, a Republican from Manhattan, said whether or not someone has chosen to get a vaccine is private, protected medical information and shouldn't be held against someone.
In his 2016 campaign, the governor called on his opponent to sell the state's aircraft.
The Montana Senate voted Monday to advance a bill that would allow parents of public school students to opt out of sex education and would ban abortion providers from offering information in schools.
Bills to help North Dakota's coal industry are getting some traction as the state's Legislature nears its halfway break.
Results from around the state on Friday.
President Joe Biden toured a coronavirus vaccine plant Friday, intent on showcasing progress even as extreme winter weather across the U.S. handed his vaccination campaign its first major setback.
In 2020, the Montana Supreme Court ruled state and local law enforcement had no authority to honor civil federal immigration detainers.
As states ease restrictions because of falling case numbers, public health officials say authorities are overlooking potentially more dangerous COVID-19 variants quietly spreading through the U.S.
The Commerce department said earlier this week it estimated about 7,000-8,000 people will apply for aid under this round of funding.
NEW YORK (AP) — As states lift mask rules and ease restrictions on restaurants and other businesses because of falling case numbers, public health officials say authorities are overlooking potentially more dangerous COVID-19 variants that are quietly spreading through the U.S.
After a historic blast of arctic air, unusual southern snow and a series of crippling ice storms across much of the nation, weather models are…
This week's storms and cold — with more still predicted for the east and south — fit a pattern of worsening extremes seen in recent years. Have we done enough to prepare for more dangerous weather more often?
WASHINGTON (AP) — Deadly weather will be hitting the U.S. more often, and America had better get better at dealing with it, experts said Wednesday as Texas and other states battled winter storms that blew past the worst-case planning of utilities, governments and millions of shivering citizens.
Under the amendment passed Wednesday, the verification process would be run every six months.
The variant strain of the coronavirus first detected in the United Kingdom has been confirmed in two people in North Dakota and is suspected in a third.
Virus update: Federal agents have seized more than 10 million fake 3M brand N95 masks in recent weeks, the U.S. is scrambling to expand DNA mapping of coronavirus samples and more.
A South Dakota House committee on Wednesday unanimously approved Gov. Kristi Noem's proposal to ban abortions when testing indicates a fetus may have Down syndrome, paving the way for it to sail through the Republican-dominated House.
Similar bills in 2019 were vetoed by former Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock.
The US on Monday reported more than 53,800 new Covid-19 infections: its lowest daily case count since October and a vastly different number from those plaguing the country just last month, when infections were topping 200,000 a day.
The 2019 session finally saw a break in a nearly decade-long stalemate between Republicans and Democrats over bonding for projects.
The Commerce department said it estimates about 7,000-8,000 people will apply for rent aid under this round of funding.
Uninsured Americans who want to buy Affordable Care Act coverage have another three months to do so, thanks to an executive order President Joe Biden signed last month.
Look back at the 14 coaches to serve as Montana State head football coach since the Bobcats joined the NCAA in 1957.