Montana’s health department is now sharing with prosecutors results of drug toxicology tests conducted on children suspected to have been exposed to drugs. The Department previously didn’t comply with this state law because they said doing so would jeopardize federal funding . Health Department Director Sheila Hogan gave regional Child and Family Services supervisors Tuesday the go-ahead to share those toxicology reports with county attorneys.
- Shepherd, MT Teacher With History Of Sexual Misconduct Placed On Leave
- State's Ability To Monitor Water Supplies Hit By Budget Cuts
- State Health Department Reverses Course On Child Drug Exposure Policy
- Tester Joins Bipartisan Group Working On Border Security Deal
- Advocates, Economists Disagree On Challenges To Renewables In Montana
- UM Researchers Expect Better Economic Growth In 2018
State budget cuts mean that ranchers, recreation businesses and conservationists who rely on accurate information about water in Montana are facing new challenges.
Humans tend to sense and respond to winter - the cold, the snow, the wind, the short days - by controlling their environment. We mediate winter's effect by living in a warm house, wearing thick jackets or flying like "snowbirds" south to warm and sunny climates.