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Dominick Brascia

I started as an actor, writer, director, producer, and now I’m a radio talk show host. My show on AM 1450 KMMS is called "Dominick in the Morning." I started out as an actor in Hollywood. I starred in the films like "Friday The 13th Part 5," "Busted," "Once Bitten" with Jim Carey, "National Lampoon’s Last Resort" and television shows like "Knight Rider," "Night Court," and "Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories." After acting, I moved into producing and directing my first film was called "Evil Laugh" and it was released to movie theaters by United Artists. Of all the things I have done, talk radio is what I like best. News, politics, pop culture, comedy, truth and love...that's what my show is all about. On "Dominick in the Morning" I try to show the listeners how things happening nationally and around the world are affecting them in their everyday lives, plus help them start the day with a laugh.
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Sending Montana Doctors to Prison.

A Montana jury has the case in their hands. They are deliberating the case of a Doctor Chris Christensen who is charged with over prescribing opiates. Why is this case important to us? The reason is some doctors are scared to offer pain meds to sick people. You may really need medications to help with pain but is it worth a doctor risking jail to help you. Fear and looking for someone to blame, that's what this case is doing to us in Montana and America.

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Gianforte Pushes for Tax Cuts and More Montana Jobs

Congressman Greg Gianforte joined the U.S. House of Representatives voting to pass a law that means more money for hard working Montanans. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed on a vote of 227-205. The legislation reforms America’s tax code for the first time in 31 years. It includes tax cuts for low- and middle-income people who need relief the most.

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Daines demands our National Parks Must Remain Accessible to All Americans

Senator Steve Daines is upset because the National Park Service announced it is considering raising the entrance fees during peak season for 17 National Parks, including Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park in Montana.
The proposal, would change the fee from $30 to $70 per vehicle. The price per person would go from $15 to $30.

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