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Montana Term Limit Law Clarified

On Wednesday, Attorney General Steve Bullock released an opinion concerning Montana's term limits. The opinion allows Montana candidates that have not finished their mandated eight-year break from politics to file for office, but only if they will have completed an eight-year break for every 16-years of service by the time they take office again.

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Candidates Throw Their Hats in the Ring

Today (January 12) marks the first day that Montana candidates can offically sign up to get their names on the ballot for the next election cycle. Among the candidates gathering in Helena today is Denny Rehberg who will be challenging Senator John Tester for his U.S. Senate seat

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If Unemployment Drops, Will Obama Win? [Poll]

If unemployment drops to 8% by June, will Obama win re-election? [poll]

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Talk Back: Foreign Aid

We spent a lot of time on today’s program talking about international aid to Pakistan. Shadman Bashir who grew up in Pakistan stated his opinion that U.S. aid was misdirected and that if the U.S. wanted to give money, it should pay off Pakistan’s debt so that it could focus its finances at bringing a consistent source of energy to the people

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Record-Breaking Airport Traffic in Missoula

The Missoula International Airport is celebrating a record year. 2011 brought 582,821 passengers through the Airport doors, an increase of more than 7,000 travelers from 2010. The totals reflect a 1% increase in traffic which Airport Director Cris Jensen describes as “a positive statement in our continual goal of attracting new air service to Missoula

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Bureau of Land Management Meeting in Butte

The Bureau of Land Management's Western Montana Resource Advisory council will hold a meeting on January 19th, in Butte. Main items of discussion include updates from field officers, fee proposals, and a presentation on shooting restrictions in the North Hills near Helena

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Talk Back: Behind-the-Scenes

A behind-the-scenes look at the Talk Back Newsroom.

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Fur Trapping Workshop in Deer Lodge

A fur handling workshop is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 14th in Deer Lodge.

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Montana Recieves $22.4 Million for Flood Relief

The State of Montana will receive more than $22.4 million dollars from the Department of Transportation. The money is in response to last years record flooding and is intended to help repair the states weathered roads and bridges.

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Employer Support Freedom Award

Time is running out to nominate employers for the 2012 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award. The award is the highest recognition given by the U.S. Government to civilian employers of military employees

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