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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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Flannelriffic Kirk Douglas
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Missoula in Fight to Be Crowned “Most Flannel City in America,” Needs Votes

Right now, the city of Missoula is a “flannelist” in the quarter finals round of the Flannel City Face-Off, a competition ginned up by the folks at the Duluth trading company. Last week, Missoula edged out Burlington, Vermont and is currently going hea

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Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Asks For Public Comment on Wildlife Expansion Proposal

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public review and comment on its proposal to acquire 158 acres adjacent to the Fish Creek Wildlife Management Area west of Alberton in Mineral County.

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Montana AG Announces Settlement With AT&T Mobility Over Mobile Cramming [AUDIO]

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox announced today that his office reached settlements with AT&T Mobility LLC that include a $105 million payment, and that resolves allegations that AT&T Mobility placed charges for third-party services on consumers’ mobile telephone bills that had not been authorized by the consumer, a practice known as “mobile cramming.”

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Montana Political Practices Commissioner Rules Against Sheriff Candidate T.J. McDermott and Law Firm, Josh Clark Discusses Findings

Montana Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl has reached a decision in the complaints filed against Missoula County Sheriff Candidate T.J. McDermott by write-in candidate Josh Clark. The findings went out to the candidates today and Clark was satisfied

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