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Obama signing Budget Control Act of 2011
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White House Document Shows How the Sequester Will Impact Montana

The White House has created a template for every U.S. State to show how it believes the sequester will work itself out.

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Montana Senate Attempts to Revamp Education Funding

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The state Senate is endorsing a revamp of education funding that both increases school money and cuts property taxes.

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Taxpayer Money Funds USDA Cultural Sensitivity Training, Video Surfaces

New video on cultural sensitivity for Agricultural workers surfaces along with estimated costs.

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Bill Plans to Fine Companies for Not Hiring Montanans on Certain Job Sites

Today, Governor Bullock's Hire Montanans First Act appears in the Business and Labor Committee at the state legislature as House Bill 490.

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Nurse Bullying Complaints Surface at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital, Contract Negotiations Underway Today

Nurses at Bozeman Deaconess hospital have been picketing this week over what they see as unfairness in the workplace.

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The Price You Want to See
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Gas Prices Jump Eight Cents, More Bad News to Come

In just one week, Montana's average gas price flew from $3.08 to $3.16 per gallon.

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Montana Legislature Debates the Risks and Rewards of a State Bank

If passed, HB 474, would put Montana in a unique position as one of only two states, the other being North Dakota, that have a state-owned bank.

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Post Office Will Not Deliver Mail on Saturdays Anymore

Starting this summer, you won't be getting any mail over the weekend.

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Why Most Home Foreclosures Are Illegal

Recent headlines stated that the Big New York Banks will set aside billions of dollars to settle the federal complaints that banks ‘wrongfully foreclosed’ on homeowners. The heading should read ‘illegally foreclosed’.

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Montana Beef Prices Likely to Rise After Japan Changes Trade Rules

This Friday, Feb. 1, marks a gigantic leap forward for the U.S. cattle industry as Japan is set to loosen restrictions on U.S.beef imports.

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