A federal judge ruled the U.S. government did not adequately consider climate change and other environmental impacts of the massive transnational pipeline.
HELENA – There are plenty of infrastructure priorities jockeying for scarce state dollars as the Montana Legislature meets this winter, but, with housing costs a burden for many modest-income Montanans, advocates and some lawmakers want to spend state money boosting affordable housing projects.
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In the inaugural Montana Lowdown podcast, House Appropriations Committee co-chair Nancy Ballance weighs-in on the ideological battle for the heart and soul of the Republican caucus.
In the same election that saw voters pick Democrat Sen. Jon Tester over conservative favorite Matt Rosendale, voters also sent Republican Greg Gianforte back to the U.S. House. Here’s a look at where Tester and Gianforte won in Montana.
With Medicaid expansion in Montana set to expire next year, policymakers are keeping close tabs on the future of a program that provides health-care coverage for nearly 1 in 10 in Montanans.
Montana has some of the strictest campaign finance laws in the U.S. Who can contribute to campaigns, and how much, may change if the Supreme Court takes up two cases from the state.
With Montana’s 2018 campaign season into its final month, Sen. Jon Tester and Rep. Greg Gianforte, have charted clear fundraising advantages over their respective challengers, State Auditor Matt Rosendale and former state legislator Kathleen Williams.