This legislative session got underway in January with lawmakers considering no fewer than 24 bills dealing with the states medical marijuana industry. Medical marijuana reform was one of the first bills to see action Tuesday morning, as the legislature reconvened from its five-day break.
Montana high school students often place above others from around the country in college entrance exams. Graduating seniors from Three Forks, Great Falls, Billings and Bozeman have been selected as semifinalists for the 2011 presidential scholar program.
The Montana Chamber of Commerce is putting a priority on work place safety. Montana business and government leaders have struggled to reduce workers compensation rates that are among the highest in the nation
Working On Montana Issues The Burton K. Wheeler center for public policy's members know they're not getting any younger. Steps are being taken to complete the process of educating younger people in the history of the state and brainstorm on ideas to advance the future of Montana
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