At $6.6 billion in agency spending — plus another $439 million in infrastructure proposals — there’s plenty in Bullock’s budget for lawmakers to chew on.
In the inaugural Montana Lowdown podcast, House Appropriations Committee co-chair Nancy Ballance weighs-in on the ideological battle for the heart and soul of the Republican caucus.
House Republicans unite on temporary rules, signaling a compromise between disparate GOP factions. Democrats say rules changes don’t go far enough for their liking.
And old rift has re-emerged among Montana’s Republican lawmakers, and the simmering feud threatens to tear the party apart in the first week of the Legislature.
The first week of the 90-day Montana Legislative Session is typically uneventful. That might not be the case when the 2019 Legislature comes to town on Jan. 7.
A longstanding rift between hardline conservatives and moderate Republicans in the Montana Legislature has reemerged on the eve of the 2019 Legislature.
Montana’s tech sector is a bright spot on the state’s economic landscape, but Montanans don’t always have the tech skills employers want. This program aims to tackle that.
Despite a new hurdle a federal judge in Texas presented to national health care law, key architects of a forthcoming bill to renew Medicaid expansion in Montana said they plan to forge ahead.