Rep. Paul Fielder (R-Thompson Falls) sent us an update on the wildlife related bills he is working on before the Montana Legislature. Plus, his bill to eliminate taxes on social security is now off the table for reconsideration.
As it just so happened, I was chatting with Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) about the latest news on the COVID vaccine later that same morning, so I figured I would throw the question his direction as well.
Rep. Paul Fielder, a Republican from Thompson Falls, Montana is leading the charge in the state legislature when it comes to several bills important to sportsmen. He is also the sponsor of HB 468, which would allow hunters to hunt black bears with dogs.
A Billings lawmaker serving in the Montana State Legislature had an epic response to one woman's threatening message from California. If you vote in support of these bills, "my friends and I will stay away from your state." That was the threat sent to Rep. Kerri Seekins-Crowe (R-Billi…
So there you have it labor unions. You lost your favorite bogeyman. Any excuse you had for union members to vote for the Democrat party in Montana is now gone. Maybe now you can speak up for actual labor union workers who are being put out of work by Joe Biden and the Democrats.
She's 18 years old, a senior at Billings Senior High School, and she's running for the Montana Legislature. Mallerie Stromswold is running as a Republican in House District 50, challenging the self-described "Democrat Socialist" who currently holds the seat.
Whether it's campaign finance law, working with the media, and what all it takes to actually pull off a successful campaign- maybe you've thought about running for office, but don't know where to start.
Right now, the Montana State Legislature meets every other year for up to 90 days. Should they meet on an annual basis instead? I caught up with Senate Majority Leader Fred Thomas (R-Stevensville) for his take.