Mary Ann Dunwell

Montana Capitol
William Marcus

Montana’s Department of Revenue caused a furor when it said people who donate to private religious schools don’t qualify for new tax credits created by this year’s legislature. Representative Mary Anne Dunwell, a Helena Democrat, agrees:

William Marcus

Montana’s proposed rules for political campaigns need rewriting. That was the opinion of several public interest groups that testified during two days of public hearings Wednesday and Thursday at the state capitol. The rules proposed by Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl, define when a public interest group qualifies as a "political committee".

'Fracking' Chemical Disclosure On Friday's Legislative Agenda

Jan 22, 2015
Montana Capitol
William Marcus

A bill requiring the disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is coming up on Friday.

The 2014 election officially begins

Jan 9, 2014
Dan Boyce


The Secretary of State's Office has reported a total of 139 Montana candidates filed to run during the first day they could officially do so.

Republican legislative candidates at a news event Thursday afternoon said Montana voters are tired of what they call failed liberal policies both in the state and in Washington D.C.