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.
The Psychedelic Circus skates its way to the airwaves this Friday, Feb. 17 with an assortment of musical remedies for cabin fever, winter malaise, or whatever may be blocking your way to February bliss! Join Doc Sandoz & Joan Richarde from 10:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. for some psychedelic music medicine on Montana Public Radio. Tune in on your radio or online.