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Sportsmen-landowner relations and elk hunting regulations were just two of the topics that four Fish and Wildlife Commission nominees addressed during a confirmation hearing on Thursday in the Senate Fish and Game Committee.
Without discussion, the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday tabled a bill that originally created a gun safety program for public schools and set fines for those who didn't properly secure a gun used by a child in an act of violence.
Nearly 20 percent of resident hunters and more than 27 percent of anglers in Montana are female, but it has been more than 15 years since a woman served on the oversight board for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.
The state Senate Judiciary committee reversed itself Friday and moved to advance House Bill 21, more commonly known as Hanna’s Act, to the Senate floor.
The Senate Judiciary Committee, on a tied 5-5 vote, defeated a bill that would have established Hanna's Act, named for a Native woman who was missing for several days before she was found murdered near the rodeo grounds on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
A Busby lawmaker’s proposal for a grant program to establish a database of missing Native people among Montana’s Indian reservations failed to advance from a state legislative panel Wednesday.
Montana lawmakers will consider about a dozen bills in the coming weeks that could shape the future of wolf management and trapping in the state.
Carrying signs and cheering upcoming “personhood” legislation, more than 250 opponents of abortion rallied at the Montana Capitol on Friday before walking in unison for the annual March for Life.
POLSON — The current “extraordinarily clunky” email system for about 150 legislators will be updated to make it easier to use, but also to help the state comply with open records requests.