With Montana slated to gain a second U.S. House seat, the state’s redistricting commission voted Friday on a framework for drawing congressional boundaries. But the commission’s debate over legislative criteria will have to wait until July 20.
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What we’re looking forward to in week 17 of the Montana Legislature: last-minute legislation and maneuvering.
What we’re looking forward to in week 16 of the Montana Legislature: Separation of powers and the future of Colstrip.
A challenge to the Legislature’s judicial appointment law spirals into a Republican-led investigation of the Montana judiciary over missing records. Democrats call it a ‘witch hunt’ designed to smear the judicial branch.
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Montana’s Senate voted unanimously Friday to override the first veto issued by Gov. Greg Gianforte, defending a bill that would make it easier for the Legislature to repeal administrative rules issued by state agencies.
Lieutenant Governor Kristen Juras has long been known as a legal analyst with staunchly conservative social views. Now, she’s pulling the levers of policy in the state Capitol.
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