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Montana Suing the SEC, Claims Rule Change Interferes With State’s Rights

The State of Montana is in yet another legal tangle with a federal agency after new rules threaten to clamp down on state autonomy.

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Political Practices Complaint Renewed Against Rick Hill – State Headlines [YouTube]

Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl has renewed the dormant complaint against 2012 gubernatorial candidate Rick Hill for accepting a $500,000 campaign contribution.

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Great Falls Woman Charged In Stabbing Death

GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — A 52-year-old Great Falls woman is charged with deliberate homicide in the stabbing death of her boyfriend.

Diana Jo McClammy made an initial appearance in District Court on Tuesday via video from the Cascade County jail

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Billings Man Pleads Guilty To Assaulting Baby

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A 25-year-old Billings man has pleaded guilty to assaulting a baby born with serious medical issues and then trying to convince the baby's mother not to testify against him

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Commissioner – Chairman Comment on Charges Against Former Candidate Rick Hill [YouTube]

On Wednesday, Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl said his office will be re-activating a complaint against 2012 Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Hill for accepting a $500,000 donation. 

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Zinke, Daines Call New EPA Water Regulations “Lawless” and “Extreme”

Many Montana representatives are accusing the Obama Administration of federal overreach after it announced new waters of the U.S. EPA regulations today, May 27.

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Montana Unemployment Rate Lower Than Any Time Since September 2007

New numbers show that Montana’s unemployment rate dropped by .2 percent in April, bringing the statewide rate down to just four percent.

"It's a trend that we have been seeing over the last few months as the unemployment rate falls," said Montana Department of Labor and Industry Economist Amy Watson

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Legal Threat Stops Montana Third Grade Field Trip to Creationist Museum

Students at Lincoln Elementary school won't be taking a field trip to the Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum this year, after a letter from Americans United for Seperation of Church and State warned that the school field trips were against the law.

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Missoula Man Shoots Dog to Stop Attack – State Headlines [YouTube]

A Missoula man shot a boys dog to death after the boy's dog came off his leash and attacked the man's dog. No charges have yet been filed.

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Kalispell Officer Saves Stabbing Victim With Tourniquet

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — The use of a tourniquet by a Kalispell police officer may have saved the life of a 49-year-old man earlier this month outside of a local bar.

Kalispell Police Chief Roger Nasset says his officers began carrying tourniquets last fall after the department was awarded a grant through the Flathead Electric Cooperative's RoundUp for Safety program

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