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Group – Dark Money Contributions to Liberal Groups Dwarf Those to Conservatives [AUDIO]

So-called "dark money" has benefited liberal and progressive causes by a factor of nearly 10 to one over conservative causes and candidates over the last two years.

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circa 1950: Visitors viewing the Plymouth Rock enshrined in a Grecian Temple by the Colonial Dames in 1920. The rock is supposed to be where the first American settlers landed. (Photo by Douglas Grundy/Three Lions/Getty Images)
circa 1950: Visitors viewing the Plymouth Rock enshrined in a Grecian Temple by the Colonial Dames in 1920. The rock is supposed to be where the first American settlers landed. (Photo by Douglas Grundy/Three Lions/Getty Images)
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Religious Freedom In The 1600s

It’s been said that the two things you never want to bring into any conversation are politics and religion. Feelings and opinions run deep on both topics.

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Political Practices Commissioner Targets Republican Scott Sales for Campaign Violation [AUDIO]

On Tuesday, April 8, Montana Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl filed suit in District Court against Scott Sales of Bozeman over alleged campaign violations that occurred in the 2010 Gallatin County Commissioners race. 

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Limit One can Donate To Political Campagnes.
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Montana’s Followthemoney.org Expecting Heavy Traffic After McCutcheon Decision

The McCutcheon v. FEC decision by the Supreme Court this week means that large political donors will be able to spend their money on more candidates.

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UPDATE – State Senator Wittich Comes Out Swinging Against Policitical Practices Commissioner

UPDATE 10 p.m. Tuesday, April 1

Republican State Senator Art Wittich came out swinging against charges by Montana's Commissioner of Political Practices, Jonathan Motl.

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Matt Rosendale, Ryan Zinke Get Most Votes in U.S. House Republican Primary Straw Poll

After the U.S. House republican primary debate on Monday, March 24, the MSU College Republicans ran a straw-poll asking attendees who they though would “best represent them in D.C.”

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Montana Democrats Provide List of Democrat Candidates They Say Are Actually Republicans [Audio]

On paper, more democrats than republicans filed to run by the March 10 filing deadline earlier this week, however Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee Director Lauren Caldwell says that may not actually be the case.

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Daniel Zolnikov
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John Walsh Accused of Claiming Credit for Other Politician’s Work

Montana State Legislator Daniel Zolnikov became a national press sensation after the state passed a privacy bill of his (H.B. 603) which requires warrants before officials can look at cell phone data, but now, others appear to be claiming credit for the bill.

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Montana GOP President Comments on Brian Schweitzer’s Decision Not to Run for the Senate [AUDIO]

The announcement on Saturday is that former governor Brian Schweitzer would not be seeking the U.S. Senate seat held by the retiring Max Baucus, sent shock waves through both the Democratic and Republican parties.

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Why Liking Something on Facebook Isn’t As Helpful As You Think

If you think you're saving the world by liking a page on Facebook, UNICEF Sweden has got some news for you -- you're not. Liking a page is a great way to keep informed about a charity or cause, but unless it's part of a specific campaign, it doesn't actually do much good

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