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Montana Public Media is a collaboration between MontanaPBS, Montana Public Radio,
Yellowstone Public Radio, and The University of Montana School of Journalism

Posts Tagged ‘ guns’

“Montana’s Gun Culture”

“Montana’s Gun Culture” explores the many ways Montanans use guns and their relationships with firearms.


“Keeping Schools Safe: A Town Hall Meeting”

This program brings the conversation of gun regulation, sparked by the recent tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, to Montana schools. Can gun regulation play a role in school safety? What options might make our schools safer?


“Gun Control: Knee-Jerk or Necessary?”

As part of the “Guns in the Big Sky” series, MTPR aired a live discussion of whether new gun control legislation is necessary, or simply a knee jerk reaction to tragedy.


President Obama’s former campaign manager says fight over gun control not over

Jim Messina talks about his group’s priorities: climate change, gun control and immigration reform.


“Guns in the Big Sky” examines Montana gun culture

The University of Montana School of Journalism, Montana Public Radio and MontanaPBS team up for three consecutive nights of gun related programs.


Gov. Bullock vetoes bill allowing guns on campus

Gov. Bullock vetoed a bill that would have allowed college students to keep guns on campus, a key veto among many rejections on day of heavy action.


Congressman Daines on guns, conservation and his political future

Rep. Steve Daines sat down with MTPR News Director Sally Mauk to talk about guns, conservation and his political future.


Taking stock: assessing the 2013 Legislature

Here’s an issue by issue look back at the 2013 Legislature.


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.


School choice, a congressional controversy and budget cuts

Charter schools, Williams confirmation, water rights, guns, budget, breweries and designer drugs in today’s Daily Digest.