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GAO: Oversight Needed of Native American Schools

A government watchdog said that federally run schools for Native American children have misspent millions of dollars — and in one case illegally transferred $1.7 million to an offshore account.

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Two Different Phone Scams Hit Montana – Both Ask for Money and Personal Info

There never seems to be time when someone isn’t trying to fraud someone else out of money or property, but the Montana Department of Justice and Attorney General Tim Fox said right now, the department is seeing a lot of activity with two specific telephone based scams.

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Missoula, Havre Receive $250,000 in Affordable Care Act Grants

Funds made available by the Affordable Care Act will be pouring into two Montana cities after an announcement today, July 31, by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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Beanie Babies Creator Defends Probation Sentence

Lawyers for the billionaire creator of Beanie Babies say a federal judge didn't let him off too easily by giving him probation and no prison time for hiding at least $25 million from U.S. tax authorities in Swiss banks.

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Change in Revolving Fund Loan Structure to Save Montanans Over $29 Million

Governor Steve Bullock announced today, Friday June 13, that the state of Montana would save over $29 Million because of changes in the State’s Revolving Fund Loan Program.

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Montana Congressional Candidates Make Large Contributions to Their Own Campaigns

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The latest Federal Election Commission fundraising reports show two Republican candidates for the U.S. House seat have made large personal loans to their campaign coffers.

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How Montana’s Delegation Compares to the U.S. Legislature’s “Millionaires’ Club”

A January 2, 2014 study by the Center for Responsive Politics found that "for the first time in history, most members of Congress are millionaires." But how did Montana congressional representatives Steve Daines, Jon Tester, and Max Baucus fit into that picture?

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How Much Does It Cost to See Your Favorite Team? The Answer May Surprise You

Going to a sporting event can hurt your wallet more than getting tossed aside by a linebacker in pursuit of the quarterback.

But just how much will you pay when you see your favorite team play?

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Montana General Fund to Receive More Tax Money Than Originally Expected

An updated outlook by Montana Legislative Services Fiscal Division estimates that the Montana general fund will be receiving more tax money than was originally predicted during the 2012-2013 legislative session.

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Brand-New $100 Bills Arrive in Banks Tuesday

One-hundred-dollar bills are about to get quite the colorful face-lift.

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