Republican Jon Bennion has announced his intent to run for Montana Attorney General for the 2020 election.
U.S. Senator Steve Daines today spoke on the floor of the U.S. Senate to urge his colleagues to take action and vote for the bipartisan public lands package that includes the permanent reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and the Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act.
Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., and Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., reintroduced major legislation to lift the Cuba trade embargo. The bipartisan Freedom to Export to Cuba Act would eliminate the legal barriers to Americans doing business in Cuba and …
U.S. CONGRESS – U.S. Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester and Congressman Greg Gianforte today reintroduced a bipartisan bill to provide much-needed authorization for Montana rural water infrastructure.
Governor Steve Bullock presents a report demonstrating how Medicaid expansion has been beneficial to businesses, workers and Montana’s economy.
Ahead of his first State of the State address slated for Wednesday morning, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon launched his official website and social media platforms, encouraging the public to engage with his Administration through a number of interactive stages.
Wanting to start his term in the people’s house, Governor Mark Gordon took the oath of office during a short ceremony in the early morning of Monday, January 7 in the Rotunda of the Wyoming Capitol, which is closed for restoration.
More voters cast ballots in this week's election than any other midterm in Montana history, and only two presidential elections have had higher voter numbers.
State Auditor Matt Rosendale, the Republican nominee in Montana’s U.S. Senate race, released a statement Wednesday after conceding to Senator Jon Tester.
Initiative 186 is basically saying that mining companies need to have a plan in place to clean up after themselves when it comes to hard rock mining. Hard rock mining is exactly what it sounds like; mining for gold, silver, diamonds, and similar resources. Right now, mining companies aren’t held solely responsible for any clean-up procedures. As a matter of fact, you the taxpayer foot the bill. If I-186 is passed, mining companies would have to lay out what ...
Initiative 185 has the potential to impact every individual in Montana because it basically comes down to healthcare. According to Ballotpedia, Montana ranks 22nd in the nation for the highest tax on cigarettes. If this initiative passes, we could jump into the top five and cigarettes would be taxed an additional $2.00; making a grand total of $3.70 of tax on a single pack. All other tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, vaping products, and even snuff would see an i...
The official results of the Montana Student Election youth vote are in. Republican Matt Rosendale was picked for US Senate with 46.01% of the vote. Republican Greg Gianforte was picked with 46.31% of the vote.
A Republican National Committee official says a recent mailer unintentionally included an error about Montana's absentee ballot deadline and the group plans to contact voters to correct the mistake.
RiverStone Health Center hosted a round table Thursday morning to discuss the importance of the Affordable Care Act to Montanan's access to healthcare. The bus is making it's way around the country to lead conversations about why they believe it's important to keep the Affordable Care Act.
Elinor Swanson, the Libertarian candidate for U.S. House of Representatives, is launching a state-wide campaign tour with Meet & Greets in many Montanan cities:
WASHINGTON (AP) - A new study says "Medicare for all" would increase government health care spending by $32.6 trillion over 10 years. Historic tax increases would be needed. The study from a libertarian policy institute at George Mason University in Virginia, the Mercatus Center, looked at Sen. Bernie Sanders' latest plan. The study found it would deliver significant savings on drug costs and administration, but increased demand would d...
Southern Nevada rancher and state's rights activist Cliven Bundy says a U.S. judge in Las Vegas did the federal government a favor last month when she threw out his criminal case stemming from an armed standoff at his Bunkerville ranch in April 2014.
With a week to go before the May 25 special congressional election, Democrat Rob Quist is hoping his outreach to college students will pay off at the ballot box.
Currently in Billings
- Jennifer Garner gives a shout-out to Bozeman coffee shop
- Billings Clinic overflowing with patients, operating above capacity
- Walmart hosting "Baby Savings Day" this weekend
- Iowa mom gets life for death of baby son found in swing
- Petition to sell Montana sparks debate within state legislature
- Billings Symphony Orchestra to perform along with Harry Potter film at MetraPark
- Coeur d'Alene teenager makes $35,000 plowing Seattle streets
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- Falling in love: The story behind a wedding dress made from a WWII parachute
- Return to sender: High court to hear undeliverable mail case