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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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Dying Woman’s Last Words Can’t be Used in Montana Murder Trial

A judge has ruled, prosecutors cannot use a victim's last words as evidence in her own murder trial.

The Billings Gazette reports that a 20-year-old man killed 28-year-old
woman. Before she died she made a statement about her attacker. That evidence, that prosecutors called a "dying declarations" cannot be used according to the judge.

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Category: Bozeman News

Five Years for a Montana Woman for purposely Running A Man Down

A Montana woman who ran over a man with a truck, breaking bones in both of his legs, has been sentenced to five years in prison. The man's bones in both of his legs, were broken.

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle said April Todd was sentenced after previously pleading guilty to criminal endangerment and leaving the scene of an accident. Todd and the victim were going to drive to Bozeman, when they got into an argument over the phone about the plan. He said Todd was driving his truck and the two stopped and as he got out of his car, Todd accelerating and hit the him.

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Daines Demands More Tax Cuts for Small Businesses

Senator Steve Daines says he will vote against the current tax plan, that is coming to the senate.

“When Congress took on tax cuts, we promised to create more high paying jobs and to grow the economy” said Daines. “I want to see changes to the tax cut bill that ensure main street businesses are not put at a competitive disadvantage against large corporations. Two-thirds of our job creation comes from main street businesses and I’m doing what I can to make sure all of America is stronger and more competitive. Before I can support this bill, this improvement needs to be made. I remain optimistic and will continue working with my colleagues to find a solution.”

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Senate Transportation Subcommittee Hearing On U.S. DOT FY 2016 Funding Request
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Montana Senator Working To Strengthen National Security

Senator Steve Daines has secured important funding to strengthen national security.

“Our government’s first and most important mission is to protect the American people and our national security,” said Daines. “Our troops must be armed with the resources and tools necessary to defend our freedoms at home by combatting our adversaries – wherever they may be.”
A member of the Senate Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, Daines fought for resources for Montana in the Appropriation Committee’s Fiscal Year 2018 Defense Appropriations Act:

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