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One of 11 Memorial Day Services in Missoula [WATCH]

Several generations of soldiers, some active duty, but most retired, along with dozens of onlookers, gathered near the Doughboy statue on the grounds of the Missoula County Courthouse to honor their fallen brethren on Memorial Day, 2015.

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American Legion Hosting Memorial Day Events in Bozeman

In honor of Memorial Day, Gallatin Post 14 of the American Legion is hosting a parade, free pancake breakfast and memorial service this Monday, May 25.

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Montana Board of Regents Vote 5-0 With One Abstention to Rename Law School [YouTube]

The Montana Board of Regents at their meeting in Kalispell on Friday, voted 5-0 to rename the University of Montana School of Law to the Alexander Blewett III School of Law.

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Montana Entrepreneur Talks Policy and Pants at White House [YouTube]

Montana Entrepreneur Sarah Calhoun, owner of Red Ants Pants in White Sulphur Springs, recently returned from a small business summit at the White House in Washington, D.C.

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MARCH 31: Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) (L-R), and other Senate Republicans hold a news conference to announce a proposed balanced budget amendment to the Constitution in the U.S. Capitol on March 31, 2011 in Washington, DC. The measure is part of an attempt to bring under control the country's $14 trillion debt. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)
MARCH 31: Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) (L-R), and other Senate Republicans hold a news conference to announce a proposed balanced budget amendment to the Constitution in the U.S. Capitol on March 31, 2011 in Washington, DC. The measure is part of an attempt to bring under control the country's $14 trillion debt. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)
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Constitutional Amendments That Didn’t Make It

Over the years some 11,539 ideas for amending our Constitution have been presented between 1789 and 2013. Virtually all died in committee.

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Yellowstone Closes Trail After Massive Boulder Falls, Two Injured Tourists Home From Hospital

As Yellowstone National Park prepares for a busy Memorial Day weekend, park spokeswoman Traci Weaver has bad news for those hoping to hike down the Brink of the Lower Falls trail.

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BOSTON - JULY 29:  A man protests the Patriot Act during an anarchist rally on the final day of the Democratic National Convention at Copley Plaza July 29, 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts. The demonstrators were protesings against both Bush and Kerry.  (Photo by Michael Springer/Getty Images)
BOSTON - JULY 29: A man protests the Patriot Act during an anarchist rally on the final day of the Democratic National Convention at Copley Plaza July 29, 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts. The demonstrators were protesings against both Bush and Kerry. (Photo by Michael Springer/Getty Images)
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Is It Time To Get Rid Of The Patriot Act?

Where do protection of our rights stop and safety from terrorism start? We all want to be safe from terrorism but at what cost? But at what cost?

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Daines Introduces Bill to Roll Back EPA Regs

Senator Steve Daines recently joined a bipartisan group of senators to introduce legislation that ensures Montanans have access to affordable energy and protects good-paying coal jobs.

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Montana Launches Civic Engagement Website

Last week, Secretary Linda McCulloch launched a new civic engagement website geared towards K-12 students, teachers and parents.

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Tester Introduces Legislation to Protect Grieving Parents From Job Loss

Senator Jon Tester has introduced legislation to protect grieving parents from losing their jobs in the event of their child’s death.

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