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Second Lawsuit Pushes for Wolverine Protection Under Endangered Species Act

In August, The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decided not to push for an endangered species listing for the wolverine. That decision has spawned two big lawsuits: one by 12 national environmental groups, and another that will drop next Monday

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Montana Towns/Cities Auto-corrected…

Well you got to love auto correct right? Always thinking for you. Well now here are some of Montana's towns and cities that have been a victim of auto-correct. 

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UM Apartment Explosion May Be Drug Related – Montana Headlines [YouTube]

The explosion at a University of Montana apartment complex on Sunday afternoon may have been drug-related, although that has not been confirmed by Missoula Police.

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New Common Core Tests to Cost Montana $2 Million, $27 Per Student More.

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — It will cost the state of Montana about $2 million, or $27 per student, to administer and score the new battery of K-12 Common Core-aligned tests.

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Hunters Against Hunger Benefits Montana Food Bank Network [YouTube]

The Montana legislature passed a law in 2013 allowing individuals to help nonprofit groups process wild game for free distribution by the Montana Food Bank Network, in a program called 'Hunters Against Hunger'.

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Montana Cell Phone Taxes Lower Than All but Three States, Study Shows

Taxes on cell phones are higher than nearly all other goods, but, according to the Tax Foundation, Montanans pay the fourth lowest cell phone tax rates in the country. Tax Foundation spokesman Joe Henchman explains the new study.

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Montana to be First State to Change Health Insurance Price Structure for Specialty-Tier Drugs

Montana is changing the way specialty-tier prescription drugs are paid for.

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MT Supreme Court Candidate Lawrence VanDyke Points to “Evidence of Hypocrisy” in Mike Wheat Campaign [YouTube]

Montana Supreme Court candidate Lawrence VanDyke is on the campaign trail, carrying with him a binder full of papers he claims are evidence of his opponent's "hypocrisy."

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U. S. Army War College Revokes Senator John Walsh’s Masters Degree Over Plagiarism Charges

The U. S. Army War College announced on Friday, October 10, that the school has revoked Montana Senator John Walsh's graduate degree, finding that he plagiarized his Master's thesis.

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Montana Political Practices Commissioner Calls Out Missoula Political “Culture,” says it “Needs to be Adjusted”

How did a prestigious Missoula law firm with a history of political practices cases end up finding itself on the wrong end of a decision by the Montana Political Practices Commissioner? According to Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl, the answer is most likely "culture."

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