Ranked Choice Voting Montana hopes to raise awareness and support for a major shift in state election procedures they say would create a more balanced, representative and responsive government.
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Public safety is among a handful of issues clearly taking center stage in the race to elect new city leaders this fall. The mayor’s office is up for grabs come November, as are two spots on the four-person commission. A major public safety mill levy — the first in decades — will also be on…
The news of Trump’s third indictment generated responses from Montana’s federal delegation ranging from strident defense of Trump to cautious acknowledgment of the former president’s legal situation.
The Montana Democratic Party assembled in Butte for its biennial officers’ convention, selecting party leadership ahead of a high-stakes election cycle.
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LGBTQ+ advocates, nonprofits and businesses are suing the city of Helena for allegedly withholding permits for upcoming Pride events in light of the 2023 state law banning drag performances and story hours in public places.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion in Moore v. Harper Tuesday, rejecting a legal theory about the constitutional authority of legislatures over election law that’s been raised in a case just heating up before the Montana Supreme Court.
Lewis and Clark County District Court Judge Christopher Abbott ordered Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte to produce communications with Hecla CEO within six weeks. In his order, Abbot cited the right to know enshrined in Montana’s Constitution.
The Montana Republican Party will not mount a legal challenge to the redistricting plan adopted by the state’s Districting and Apportionment Commission earlier this year, state GOP chairman Don “K” Kaltschmidt said last weekend.
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