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A Montanan Who De-transitioned from "Transgender Woman" Speaks Up
Speaker Regier shared the clip and pointed out that this testimony is "a clear example of why we shouldn't allow our children to make life altering decisions to their body. We must continue to protect Montana’s next generation."
Montana's March Bracket Busting Mania...This is Good
They also achieved another major accomplishment that most of us in Montana may not have even realized until The Wall Street Journal heaped praise on Governor Gianforte in a weekend editorial headlined: Montana Makes Its Income Taxes Flatter
Huge Opportunity for "Rare Earth" Mine in Western Montana
As Evelyn Pyburn reports in the Big Sky Business Journal Hot Sheet, there's apparently a big opportunity for a rare earth mine in Western Montana being talked about right now.
Billings Police Chief Shares Positive News on Wounded Officer
Chief St. John: "Support has just been amazing. Very appreciative of that. He is in stable condition, doing well, on the way to recovery."
Montana Media Silent as Tester's Scandals Pile Up in Last 2 Weeks
Why do those tech billionaires need bailouts while Montanans are getting hammered by gas prices and inflation? Guess where Jon Tester was last week. That's right, hosting fancy high-dollar fundraisers in Silicon Valley, California with some of the Silicon Valley Bank folks. There's more...
Two Montana Police Officers Shot in Last Two Weeks
A Billings Police Officer is continuing to receive treatment at a local hospital after being shot by a suspect on Saturday morning, March 18th. This is now the second Montana police officer in two weeks to have been shot in the line of duty.
Remember the Montana Vet Denied Care by the VA? Update
Last month, a fellow Iraq war veteran told me how he was denied care at a VA (Veterans Affairs) healthcare clinic in Billings, Montana. Here's an update.
Zinke: One Vote Can Block Overreaching WOTUS Regulations
Can House Republicans really bring a stop to the overreaching "Waters of the US" (WOTUS) regulations that have farmers and ranchers up in arms? Yes, but they're going to need ONE vote in the United States Senate.
Montana Needs to Boost Support for Law Enforcement Families
Montana needs to step up our game when it comes to providing support for our law enforcement personnel, and the families of fallen or wounded law enforcement personnel.
Commissioner Describes Big Changes in Dillon, Montana
Mike McGinley has been a Beaverhead County Commissioner for 23 years, but he says the biggest changes he has seen in Dillon, Montana have taken place in just the last three years.