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Video of Max Baucus and Other Obamacare Drafters May Hurt Supreme Court Case For Subsidies [Video]

The U.S. Court of Appeals' Halbig v Burwell decision has forced the country to ask an important question: were subsidies originally intended to flow only through the state run exchanges?

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Lost Horse Fire up to 55 Acres, Burning in Rugged Terrain

The Lost Horse Fire in the Bitterroot is still burning and has grown to 55 acres.

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Pilot Killed in Fatal Airplane Crash Near Lolo Pass [AUDIO]

 

Update 5:00 p.m. Monday, July 28 - Clearwater County Sheriff Chris Goetz said the plane that crashed near Lolo Pass was a single engine Lance Air two-seat aircraft. Information received by Goetz's office indicates the pilot was flying from Richland, Washington to Oshkosh, Wisconsin for an Experimental Aircraft Association convention when the crash occurred. 

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Photo courtesy of NBC Montana
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Senator John Walsh Says Plagiarism “Not Intentional,” PTSD Not Related to Mistake

Montana Senator John Walsh has come forward to talk about the accusations leveled at him by the New York Times concerning plagiarism in the Master’s thesis he wrote nearly seven years ago while attending the U.S. Army War College.

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CodeMontana Students Are Now Able to Receive College Credit for Classes

The CodeMontana project put together by RightNow Technologies founder Greg Gianforte and Startup Bozeman founder Rob Irizarry has already enrolled nearly 1,200 students, but students that enroll before September 8 will have a new opportunity: earning college credits.

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New York Times Accuses Senator Walsh of Plagiarizing Master’s Thesis

A new article by New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin has put an important feature of Montana Senator John Walsh's military credentials in question for being unfairly earned.

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No Citizen’s Initiatives on Montana Ballots for the First Time in Over 40 Years

 

Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch's office recently tallied up all of the signatures for a slew of citizen's initiatives and found that Montana voters will be missing something on the 2014 general election ballot that has been traditionally been there for more than 40 years.

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Montana Saves $1.6 Million by Refinancing Bonds

Montana Governor Steve Bullock’s Budget Director Dan Villa says the state has saved a substantial amount of money this week, July 10, by refinancing bonds, so far, the state has saved over $1.6 million by doing this.

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West Nile Virus Season Coming to Montana Soon

Mosquitoes are already out in droves across Montana, but they will get even worse by late July. That’s when communicable disease epidemiologist Joel Merriman says mosquitoes are expected to start spreading West Nile Virus.

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Internet Goes Hysterical Over Hot Roads in Yellowstone Park, Hypes Volcano Doom

Yellowstone National Park officials have been fielding calls from all over the world after the international press picked up on a story about some really, really hot roads.

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