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?
Posts Tagged ‘ schools’
By Legislative News Service on April 5, 2013
House Education will debate the session’s major school funding bill. Senate Public Health will hear testimony on a bill to study Medicaid expansion over the next two years.
By Community News Service on March 29, 2013
School funding cuts, tax simplification, guns and illegal immigrants in today’s Daily Digest.
Brewery showdown, legislative referendums, school enrollment, assisted suicide, medical marijuana and gay marriage in today’s Daily Digest.
By Jackie Yamanaka on March 26, 2013
Nearly 30 public schools across Montana had an unusual increase in enrollment.
By Community News Service on March 21, 2013
Pensions, appropriations, Medicaid expansion and illegal immigration in today’s Daily Digest.
By Jackie Yamanaka on March 21, 2013
The bill covers expenses from last year’s fire season and the fallout from then-Gov. Schweitzer’s veto of a public education funding bill.
By Community News Service on March 17, 2013
State employee pay and pensions, campaign finance, failed ‘blast’ motions and more in this week 10 news roundup.
By Legislative News Service on March 15, 2013
Also on Friday, the House approved a bill that would offer grants to public schools for purchasing food produced in Montana.
By Legislative News Service on March 14, 2013
Lawmakers will consider a bill to establish charter schools and one to cut business equipment taxes.