Gov. Bullock announced a new economic development initiative aimed at developing a blueprint for job creation based upon the suggestions of Montana businesses.
By Dan Boyce on May 14, 2013
Bullock says his veto strategy has been clear from the start of the Session.
Association of Montana Retired Public Employees faults the pension fix for reducing the annual cost of living increases guaranteed to current retirees.
National Day of Prayer: Supporters call it religious freedom, opponents call it a violation of church and state separation.
By Dan Boyce on May 1, 2013
The MEA-MFT president is standing firm on negotiating for five and five. He says the state can get there by delaying the implementation of raises.
Gov. Bullock says GOP leadership blocked a number of measures by failing to schedule a bill for a vote or hearing by the required deadline.
By Dan Boyce on April 25, 2013
The 2013 session garnered largely positive remarks from Gov. Bullock and criticisms from conservative Republicans after lawmakers concluded their business Wednesday.
By Dan Boyce on April 24, 2013
The Senate voted to approve the budget amendments agreed to by the House and Gov. Bullock. The Senate votes 49-1 to adjourn for the session.
The Governor’s office says the budget spends too much and doesn’t properly fund areas like corrections and wildfire costs.
By Dan Boyce on April 19, 2013
The last bill to expand health insurance to tens of thousands of uninsured Montanans was referred to a hostile committee Friday.