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Every session we have bills that create new potential for Colstrip, those bills are constantly surrounded by med...
Every election cycle, you can count on Republican candidates promising to reduce the size and cost of government
Letters to the editor April 5
Rep. Dan Bartel has introduced legislation to prohibit nonprofit organizations from buying agricultural land in Montana.
For far too long, American taxpayers have been short changed as our oil and gas resources have been doled out at bargain basement rates.
Springtime in the Montana legislature stirs hope for federal public land transfers in the hearts of some legislators.
I didn’t study political science in college. I’m a soil scientist. So when people sling political terms around, I have to look them up in Webster’s Dictionary.
Unborn Montanans have been present and accounted for in the 67th session of the Montana Legislature.
Letters to the editor April 4
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Letters to the editor April 1
A few days ago Georgia’s Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill that narrows the ease and ability of Georgians to vote by saying, “With Senate bill 202, Georgia will take another step toward ensuring our electi...
One year into this pandemic, Montanans are finally starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Over the course of 2020, Congress passed five bipartisan COVID-19 relief packages. Republicans were in the majority in the Senate and President Trump was in office.
In central Montana the American Prairie Reserve has amassed 420,000 acres of prime ranch land. This is a fraction of their ultimate objective: to control 3.2 million acres.
Letters to the editor March 28