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Montana Legislature Ends With In-Fighting, No Medicaid Expansion

The Montana Senate has wrapped up the final day of the 2013 session after more in-fighting and maneuvering over a bipartisan budget deal.

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Montana Medicaid Expansion Fails on Accidental Vote

Gov. Steve Bullock says he will apply whatever pressure he can to resurrect a plan to use federal money to help the working poor buy insurance.

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God, Homosexuality, and the Republican Party Platform Debated as Legislature Considers Senate Bill 107

Senate Bill 107 passed its second hearing today, April 5, on a 64 – 37 vote, but only after numerous speeches that covered everything from the will of God to the Republican party's platform.

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Montana Raw Milk Bill Moo-ves Ahead at the Legislature

A bill that would legalize the sale of raw milk from small unregulated dairies has gained the approval of the House and is moving through the Montana Legislature.

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Bill Banning Enforcement of Unconstitutional Federal Gun Laws Vetoed, Bill Sponsor Krayton Kerns Responds

The bill would have made it illegal for Montana authorities to enforce any unconstitutional federal gun bans or restrictions, but was it merely an act of political theater?

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Amendment to Remove Missoula College Funding From H.B. 5 Rejected, Rep. David Moore says Funding Could be Tied-Up in Lawsuit

Today, March 26, Representative David Moore's (HD 91) amendment to exclude the Missoula College from House Bill 5 failed in a 40 to 60 vote.

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Montana Road Kill Bill Passes Senate Hearing

House Bill 247, also known as the road kill bill or salvage bill, passed its second reading in the Montana Senate today, March 20.

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The Montana Department of Livestock’s Case Against Raw Milk

Missoula representative Champ Edmunds has proposed a unique bill, H.B. 574, which would allow the purchase and sale of raw milk in Montana with some restrictions.

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Montana Democrats Give the Legislature a ‘D’ for Performance at Transmittal Deadline

Montana democrats issue a report card for the legislature.

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Champ Edmunds Enters Race for Max Baucus’ Senate Seat

This Thursday, Feb. 28, Missoula area representative Champ Edmunds will officially announce his entrance into the race for Max Baucus' U.S. Senate sea

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