The Supreme Court's 6-3 King v. Burwell decision this morning, June 25, will allow Affordable Care Act subsidies to continue to flow to states that did not set up their own exchanges. The decision has brought praise and disdain from various sectors of Montana politics.
On Wednesday, Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl said his office will be re-activating a complaint against 2012 Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Hill for accepting a $500,000 donation.
2014 Election results for Montana Ballot Initiatives LR-126, the Parks and Trails Referendum, and Montana Constitutional Amendment No. 45. The following results are from the first 52,000 or so ballots:
Political Campaign Commissioner Jonathan Motl ruled yesterday that Missoula County Sheriff's candidate T.J. McDermott violated campaign rules by accepting in-kind donations and services from a local law firm without disclosing them.
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