HELENA, Mont. (AP) — An interim committee is sending five bills to the 2017 Montana Legislature meant to blunt the economic impact of a planned partial closure of Colstrip's coal-fired power plant within the next six years.
The Montana Nurses Association is touring the state of Montana this month, trying to get the public on board with upcoming legislation that could change the way crimes against healthcare professionals are handled in court.
The 64th session of the Montana Legislature has ended with a new budget for Montana, a CSKT Water Compact signed by the Governor, and without the passage of a group of controversial infrastructure bills.
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