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Montana ‘Personhood’ Backers Not Discouraged By Vote

Backers of a plan to change the Montana's constitution to define life as beginning at conception say they aren't discouraged that Mississippi voters shot down a similar proposal.

The so-called "personhood" initiative is intended to prompt a legal challenge to the 1973 Supreme Court decision that established a legal right to abortion

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BATF; Guns and Marijuana Don’t Mix In Montana

On September 21st, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives sent an open letter to all federal firearms licensees, in which anyone holding a medical marijuana card issued by the State of Montana can be denied the purchase of firearms and ammunition. I spoke with the Research Director of the Independence Institute in Golden, Colorado, David Kopel about the constitutionality of this policy. That interview is attached.

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Administration Challenges Revenue Projections

The governor's budget director is challenging the Montana Legislature for painting what he describes to be an artificially gloomy budget picture.

David Ewer told an interim committee of lawmakers Monday it is now clear that more money was available than the Republican-led Legislature used for its budget. Democrats say that money could have been used for many things, such as more state construction projects to spur job growth.

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Montana Pharmacists Can Give Flu Shots To Kids

Pharmacists in Montana will be able to give flu vaccinations to children age 12 and older under a new law effective Saturday.

Prior law allowed pharmacists to give flu shots only to people 18 years old or older. Senator Jim Keane, a Butte Democrat, sponsored the change that was approved by the Legislature last session by a wide margin.

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Insurance Commissioner To Pursue Exchange Options

The federal government is giving states like Montana another chance to run at least parts of the insurance exchanges that are part of the federal health care law. Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen said developing federal rules opens the way for more state involvement in the health insurance exchanges

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