Oral arguments began on January 22 at the United States Supreme Court for the case Espinoza v the Montana Department of Revenue. United States Senator Steve Daines attended the oral arguments and voiced his support for a ruling in favor of Espinoza, a Kalispell woman who is one of the plaintiffs in the case.
Following the headlines about a possible impeachment inquiry regarding President Trump’s phone conversation with the President of the Ukraine, KGVO reached out to Constitutional scholar Dr. Rob Natelson.
Last legislative session, Montana officials approved a new scholarship tax credit program, but teacher's unions are urging the Montana Department of Revenue to prohibit credits for donations to scholarships for private religious schools...
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.
The city of Missoula lost its nine year court battle against Glen Wohl and other South Avenue property owners earlier this month, but now it appears the city will appeal so that it can escape having to pay around 35,000 dollars’ worth of attorney’s fees.