Washington state lawmakers are taking another run at climate change legislation, including plans to abandon southeast Montana’s Colstrip power plant by 2025.
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Members of the House of Commons ignored Prime Minister Theresa May's final pleas and delivered a humiliating verdict on her plan to take Britain out of the European Union.
Montana’s congressional delegation saw no end in sight Friday to the partial federal government shutdown, poised to set a record as longest ever come Saturday.
As the first week of the 2019 Montana Legislature comes to an end, the first simmering debate of the session seems to have been settled but another major issue started its climb to the forefront.
Last week one of the incoming members of the House of Representatives was sworn in with her hand on a copy of the Koran.
A Republican lawmaker wants Montana to give more than $8 million to help build President Donald Trump's proposed wall on the Mexican border. The state's Democratic governor, who exploring a run for president, on Thursday quickly derided the idea.
Calling it a starting point for a transparent process to publicly debate how the state of Montana should continue Medicaid expansion, Rep. Mary Caferro on Thursday announced the first bill of the 2019 Legislature to reauthorize the program.
Montana’s congressional delegates have renewed their efforts to gain federal recognition for the Little Shell Band of Chippewa Cree Indians.
The new chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said attorney general nominee William Barr has confidence in special counsel Robert Mueller and will let him complete his Russia investigation.