Ellie Hill has been a staple in the Missoula and Montana political scene for many years, and after having taken a break due to terming out in the Montana Legislature, has now declared a run for the State Senate.
On Monday evening, May 12, Missoula area representative Ellie Hill talked about Montana’s self-defense laws on Al Sharpton’s MSNBC Show, Politics Nation. Hill blamed a variety of outside groups for creating a dangerous gun culture in her state...
Early this month, Missoula area state representative Ellie Hill appeared on the American version of Al Jazeera to discuss Montana gun laws with "Consider This" host Antonio Mora. The discussion was framed around the recent Diren Dede shooting and Hill argued that Montana gun laws created a culture that led to Dede’s death.
The Montana chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness has announced the winners of its 2013 Hero Awards. The awards are dedicated to individuals or organizations that have fought for better mental health in their community. All of the winners this year were either from Helena or Western Montana communities, like Stevensville, Hamilton, and Missoula.
The Montana Legislature's 2013 Law and Justice interim committee met to vote on July 10, but not all members were present. Notably absent was Senator Shannon Augare (D), who was charged with Driving Under the Influence and Obstructing a Police Officer in June.