The select committee announced seeks to "continue investigating the conduct and practices of the Montana Judiciary," a GOP spokesperson said in an email Wednesday.
If only for a brief moment, Jack was back.
Pharmacy benefit managers are the middle broker between drug manufactures, health insurers and pharmacies.
Senate Bill 319, sponsored by Sen. Greg Hertz, would establish joint fundraising committees.
Rep. Rhonda Knudsen’s amendment lowered the rate to 6.5%, for a cut of 0.4%.
"Some of the things we have to talk about when we’re talking and discussing how we’re going to vote are personal and you know, as you can see, our committee does get a little emotional."
There's division among Democrats and Republicans in Montana over how severe the economic fallout from the pandemic will be and how to respond.
State budget officials presented Montana legislators with a mixed prediction of the state’s budget over the next two years, with some lawmakers saying the effects of the pandemic were being underestimated.
In a reply to a letter Republican legislative leaders sent him earlier in the week, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock on Thursday rebutted critiques of his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a Monday letter to news media outlets, Billings Rep. Rodney Garcia now insists his initial comments about shooting or jailing socialists were a "well received joke."
The Montana Legislature will likely do nothing to sanction a Billings lawmaker who refused calls to resign over his assertion that the U.S. Constitution allows socialists to be shot, the speaker of the house said.
Billings Rep. Rodney Garcia rejected the call to resign Monday, saying that the "only way I would give my resignation is if God asked me to."
The day after two top Republican state legislators issued a public letter and others raised their concerns on social media and a radio program…
Three western Montana Republican lawmakers are criticizing Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock for flying the pride rainbow flag at the Capitol over the weekend.
A state tax exemption for certain tribal-owned lands has emerged from the Legislature unchanged.
A state tax break for some tribally owned property remains under scrutiny in the Legislature.
A Republican lawmaker from Billings has left the Legislature for undisclosed medical issues, and there is no indication whether he’ll return.