Back in January, Senate President Scott Sales announced he was going to propose a bill that would ask for 8 million dollars of state funding to go toward the southern border. According to President Sales, that bill is still in drafting and hasn’t been introduced yet, and not sure if the bill will ever be introduced.
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The Montana Legislature is considering a rule that could allow local craft distilleries to expand their production while still operating tasting rooms.
There have been prior attempts in the legislature to legalize the use of recreational marijuana. Currently, there are stiff penalties in place for the possession of just a small amount of marijuana for non-medical purposes. The discussion has made its way to the Montana State Legislature again, but this time not as a bill, but as an in-depth study.
A training on how to follow the Montana State Legislature is scheduled for Wednesday, January 23 at 7 p.m. in the Missoula Public Library.
Many would consider driving hands free smart, but one woman in Great Falls is calling it unconstitutional.
Today is the first work day for Montana’s 66th Legislative Session.
The Montana State Firemans Association is working diligently to present a bill that would allow all firefighters to be insured in the case of developing cancer from battling fires.