On this episode of "Capitol Talk": The Legislature debates a bill to add sexual orientation and gender identity to the state's anti-discrimination law; should teachers carry guns in schools; proposed university cuts and how they could raise tuition; the delay in Zinke's confirmation hearing; and a new poll shows Rob Quist and Amanda Curtis are the front-runners on the Democratic side to replace Zinke in Congress.
- Montana Bill Would Prohibit Commissioner Of Political Practices From Working Beyond Term
- Bill Would Allow Counties To Make Initial Attack On Wildfires
- House Speaker Says Keeping Colstrip Power Plant Open Is 'Complex'
- Panel Tackles Questions On Race With 'Ask A Black Person' Event At UM
- Montana Lawmaker Puts Brakes On His Own Voter ID Bill
- 'Capitol Talk': LGBTQ Discrimination, Zinke In Limbo, Significant Tuition Hikes Likely
Many cattle ranchers view wild bison as a threat to their livelihoods. But some think cattle and bison can coexist. On episode three of Threshold , you'll meet two cattle ranchers with different perspectives on wild bison — and, we'll take you on a controversial bison hunt.
When I’m out in the woods in winter, I tend to keep my eyes on the ground. I’m looking for tracks, scat - signs of warm-blooded life. About the last thing I’d expect to see is an insect. But a few weeks ago, on a ski up at Lolo Pass, that was exactly what I found – and not just one insect; dozens.