The five-person Districting and Apportionment Committee is tasked with drawing new political districts.
On a nearly party-line vote of 31-19 Friday, HB 367 came up three votes short of clearing the Legislature because it needed a two-thirds majority of both chambers.
A decades-long movement took a further step Thursday as the House of Representatives approved a bill to make the nation's capital the 51st state.
The relationships we forge, the lives we touch, and the words we use make up the legacies we leave behind.
The bill does not specify what an appropriate fee would be, but does allow an agency to reduce or waive a fee should a commenter show that the charge presented financial hardship.
A bill targeted at stopping nonprofit groups like American Prairie Reserve from purchasing agricultural land has divided traditional allies — Republicans and ag producers.
A constitutional referendum that would ask Montana voters whether to enshrine hunting, fishing and trapping in the state constitution advanced through the House on Monday, but will need to pick up some Democratic support in the Senate if it is to make it to the ballot.
"I am committed to appointing judges transparently, providing for robust public input, and ensuring judges have a diversity of legal background and subject matter expertise,” Gov. Gianforte said Tuesday after the bill signing.
As I speak with constituents in my district and all across the state, it's clear that the overwhelming majority of Montanans are concerned abo…
A battle between youth and government over climate change could be won before one of two courts: law or public opinion.
"The majority of what we do now is electronic," said the bill's sponsor, Sen. Ken Bogner, R-Miles City.
Republican Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte, who lifted the state's mask mandate on Friday, also repealed two other executive orders issued by former Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock.
The House impeachment managers provided a detailed legal analysis in their pre-trial legal brief, filed Tuesday, about the constitutionality o…
Though there are five issues before voters on the 2020 ballot, Montanans are effectively voting on only two changes to state policy: whether local governments may pass gun laws, and the legalization of adult-use marijuana.
Is it possible we won't have a president by Inauguration Day: Jan. 20, 2021?