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Missoula’s Constitution: a Look at the City Charter [Video Explanation]

On top of being subject to the U.S. Constitution and the Montana State Constitution, the city of Missoula is also subject to a document known as the city charter, yet very few Missoulians even know it exists.

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Montana’s Followthemoney.org Expecting Heavy Traffic After McCutcheon Decision

The McCutcheon v. FEC decision by the Supreme Court this week means that large political donors will be able to spend their money on more candidates.

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Montana Democrats React Negatively to SCOTUS Decision on Campaign Limits

Before the ink had dried on the Supreme Court's 5 - 4 McCutcheon v. Federal Election decision, Montana democrats came out swinging on what will likely continue to be a hot political topic in 2014.

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UPDATE – State Senator Wittich Comes Out Swinging Against Policitical Practices Commissioner

UPDATE 10 p.m. Tuesday, April 1

Republican State Senator Art Wittich came out swinging against charges by Montana's Commissioner of Political Practices, Jonathan Motl.

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Healthcare.gov Not Working For Montanans on “Last” Day to Enroll

It's March 31, supposedly the final day to enroll for healthcare, but Montanans that try to do so on the federally run exchange website, healthcare.gov, may face a dilemma: it isn't working.

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Surprising Drop in Montana Crime in 2013, Lowest Crime Rate in a Decade

In 2013, Montana saw a huge reduction in the number of reported crimes, not only in comparison to 2012, but going all the way back to 2005.

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Snowy February Brings Jobs to Montana, but Increases Unemployment in U.S.

A stormy 2014 February brought increases in the snow-pack and the U.S. unemployment rate, but despite receiving blizzards and avalanches, Montana actually posted big job gains through the weird weather.

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Montana Named ‘America’s Most Beer-Friendly State’ Study Shows

A recent nationwide study by a website called The Motley Fool found that the best place to drink beer is Montana. But why?

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Matt Rosendale, Ryan Zinke Get Most Votes in U.S. House Republican Primary Straw Poll

After the U.S. House republican primary debate on Monday, March 24, the MSU College Republicans ran a straw-poll asking attendees who they though would “best represent them in D.C.”

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John Walsh Endorsement “Inappropriate,” “Desperate” say Democratic Primary Candidates

There are three Montana Democrats running for the U.S. Senate, but even though the primary hasn't occurred, the Montana Democratic Party has announced that it is going all-in on John Walsh with an official endorsement.

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