Despite growing anti-union animus, Feaver says the 2019 session was his most successful in years.
Montana Senate President Scott Sales, R-Bozeman, talks about his 16 years in the Legislature and his candidacy for secretary of state.
Democratic candidate for superintendent of public instruction Melissa Romano discusses school choice, modern teaching tools, civics and media literacy, teacher retention and mental health, and more.
MT Lowdown Podcast – Episode 29: Reporter Amanda Eggert talks about her MTFP series ‘Living with Fire’
Freelance journalist and former wildland firefighter Amanda Eggert joins us to discuss her recent three-part series for Montana Free Press, Living With Fire.
Superintendent of Public Instruction discusses concerns over lead in public school drinking water, Title 1 funding, school choice, and Trump’s rollback of key provisions of Obama’s Every Student Succeeds Act.
Journalist Alex Sakariassen and MTPR’s Corin Cates-Carney discuss the Montana Democratic Party’s effort to kickstart its 2020 campaign messaging.
Mike Dennison covered political campaigns, the Legislature, health care, energy, the environment, and other issues for more than three decades. On this week’s podcast he discusses his new book, “Inside Montana Politics.”
The five-term legislator says he sees an opportunity for the state election administrator to be ‘the chief advocate for voting in Montana.’
Raph Graybill, currently Gov. Steve Bullock’s chief legal counsel, is one of multiple Democrats seeking to be Montana’s next top attorney.
Veteran Montana political reporter Charles Johnson and longtime Billings reporter and columnist Ed Kemmick break down all the action at the 2019 Montana GOP State Officers’ Convention.