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Senate Bill 99 protects the next generation of Montanans
There is a reason Montana is the Last Best Place in the country.
Anti-abortion bills at odds with Montanans
The Legislature is bound by a few simple rules: they must complete their work within the 90 allotted days, they must meet deadlines and they must serve their constituents (yes, all of their constituents), not pus...
Taking care of injured and killed officers and their families
In recent years talk of defunding the police has been popular in other states, but our Montana values run contrary to that line of thinking.
SB 458 Will Come with A Moral Cost
For over an hour and a half, over 40 Montanans – overwhelmingly young Montanans – showed up to the Capitol to express in detail the suffering and pain that SB 458 will cause them. Instead of taking seriously the ...
Canary in a coal mine
Over the past two years, Montanans watched the President’s attack on oil, coal and natural gas bring our nation to the brink of an all-out energy emergency.
Discussions on education delve into spicy topics
I am so proud of Montana’s voices in the community education discussions that took place during December and March.
Efforts of shelter organizations are working
Spring is approaching, which means some warming shelters will shut down for the summer.
Legislature should join law enforcement, AG in getting tough on human traffickers
Human trafficking is happening in Montana, and it can happen to anyone at any time.
Montana wants freedom from disease
State lawmakers are considering two bills that would put at risk the lives of the most vulnerable Montanans.
Working Montanans look to lose out?
Montana state legislators are grappling with what to do with the state's historic $2.5 billion budget surplus. This surplus is a result of higher than predicted income tax revenues as well as federal legislation ...