Under Phase 1B+, another 100,000 to 140,000 vulnerable Montanans will be eligible to receive one of the three vaccines, starting Monday.
Scores of union members kept watch as the Legislature killed two high-profile bills aimed at changing Montana labor laws.
House Bill 237 would lay the groundwork for nuclear development in Montana — and take voters out of the mix.
The latest news and information on the coronavirus pandemic in Montana, including updated case count maps and original in-depth reporting.
House Bills 121 and 230 would give elected officials and legislators more oversight in emergency situations like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Under a new directive issued by the U.S. Department of Education last week, Montana schools will be required to administer standardized tests this year.
Week 9: the Montana Legislature’s transmittal week logjam
Rep. Frank Garner alerted Capitol security Friday to texts he says appeared to reference his vote on a vaccination bill.