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Alert Issued On “Smishing” [AUDIO]
The Montana Attorney General’s office and the Division of Banking and Financial Institutions has issued an alert- warning consumers of a new scam involving text messages.  “smishing,” as it is called, is a new form of identity theft that utilizes cell phone text messages, or s…
Another Scam To Be Aware Of [AUDIO]
Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock has issued a warning about a new credit card scam. This scam uses the threat of alleged credit card fraud to commit actual credit card fraud. Spokeswomen for the Attorney General Jenny Mckee  urges  Montanans never to give out personal credit card inf…
Slate Of New State Laws Going Into Place
The new law authorizing a crackdown on repeat drunk drivers is among a slate of new laws that went into effect Saturday.
More than 150 of the laws that the Legislature passed earlier this year went into effect on Oct. 1. Most are considered relatively small adjustments to current law.
GOP Sues Over Attorney General’s Fundraising
Republicans are seeking a court's intervention in their ongoing dispute with Attorney General Steve Bullock and his campaign fundraising methods. Bullock, a Democrat, has not formally declared if he will seek re-election or run for governor...
Settlement With Video Rental Stores
91 Montanans will receive checks reimbursing them for payments they made to National Credit Solutions, after the debt collector illegally charged for late fees and collection fees. This all happened after the video chains Movie Gallery and Hollywood Video ceased operations in Montana...
New Montana Laws Include Tax Cut, Drug Registry
New Montana laws going into effect Friday include a business equipment tax cut and a new prescription drug registry.
More than 70 new state laws are slated to go into place July 1. Most make very small administrative changes or adjustments in state code.
24/7 Program Gets Closer To Passing
The Montana Legislature has sent Governor Brian Schweitzer its top drunk driving crackdown proposal. Attorney General Steve Bullock has been advocating for what is billed as the 24/7 Program. Bullock says the program has proven successful, in a pilot project, in keeping repeat offenders sober. If si…
Thorns, Stems, Seeds And Other Bothersome Marijuana Issues
Lawmakers from both parties say something needs to be done to rein in medical marijuana in Montana. 24  bills on the topic have been debated in the House and Senate. Many people believe that medical marijuana usage has grown beyond the scope of what voters intended in 2004.

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