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House Committee Cuts Down Cancer Care Bill for Firefighters

By a 10-9 vote on Wednesday afternoon, the Montana House Business and Labor Committee voted down Senate Bill 72, which would have provided medical coverage for firefighters who contract diseases such as cancer in the line of duty.

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Palm Beach Zoo Debuts Grizzly Bear Cubs
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First Bear Sighting of the Year

Early Wednesday morning the first grizzly of the season was seen in Yellowstone between

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Is Healthcare A Right?

The question is — Not how can we provide healthcare to every single American; but how can we provide health INSURANCE to every single American.

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Wet Winter Pushes Montana From Severe Drought to Drenched

From not enough water to too much, a wet winter has changed Montana's drought story radically.

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Montana Workers Compensation Costs Decreasing

Workers Compensation rates are falling for Montana businesses, according to Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Matt Rosendale.

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Special Election Planned to Fill Zinke’s Congressional Seat

Now that Ryan Zinke has been confirmed as the new U.S. Secretary of the Interior, the Montana Secretary of State's Office has provided information about a special election to fill Zinke's unexpired term.

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Americans Go To The Polls To Elect The Next U.S. President
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Paper Ballot vs. Going To The Polls

For some voters it’s a hassle to drive to the polls, stand in long lines or forget which way you wanted to vote on some issue.

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Montana Legislator Touts ‘Robin Hood Bill’ Targeting State Administrative Pay

Robbing from the "rich" and giving to the poor? In this case, the rich are supposed to be state employees.

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Montana Dad Shoots Mountain Lion That Swiped at Six-Year-Old Son

After a mountain lion swiped a six-year-old, a Montana dad responded with lethal force.

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When Can a Montana Citizen Use Deadly Force?

The topic of conversation was deadly force and some of the circumstances where it’s permitted by law — or not.

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