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Capitol Talk

Capitol Talk April 26, 2013

Republican infighting, Democratic wins and the new Senate race, in the final edition of “Capitol Talk” from Montana Public Radio.

Capitol Talk April 19, 2013

Who’s winning and who’s losing? The status of the big-ticket items a week before adjournment, on this week’s ‘Capitol Talk’.

Capitol Talk April 12, 2013

Desk pounding, gay rights, Missoula College and Medicaid expansion on this week’s “Capitol Talk” from Montana Public Radio.

Capitol Talk April 05, 2013

Senate rejects Williams’ Regents appointment, Republican infighting over Medicaid expansion, and why your next ballot may take awhile to read.

Capitol Talk March 29, 2013

The uncertain fate of Medicaid expansion, the Flathead Water Compact, and state pay raises and pensions this week on ‘Capitol Talk’.

Capitol Talk March 22, 2013

The unanimous budget vote, the fate of Medicaid expansion, competing pension plans and fallout over ‘thugs’, on this week’s Capitol Talk from MTPR.

Capitol Talk March 15, 2013

State workers’ pay raises, pensions, Title X funding and Medicaid expansion, this week on ‘Capitol Talk’ from Montana Public Radio

Capitol Talk March 08, 2013

Oil & gas tax holiday, budget hearings, raw milk and dress-up on this week’s Capitol Talk from Montana Public Radio.

Capitol Talk March 01, 2013

Gov. Bullock’s agenda meets roadblocks in the Legislature and a look at the first half of the Session on this week’s “Capitol Talk”.

Capitol Talk February 22, 2013

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Capitol Talk February 22, 2013

Gun rights, gay rights, and good deeds on this week’s “Capitol Talk”, Montana Public Radio’s weekly legislative analysis program. Montana Public Radio News Director Sally Mauk and Lee newspaper reporters Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison talk gay rights, tax credits, hiring preferences, capital punishment, gun rights – and a good deed at the Capitol that […]