A proposed change in House rules would give more power to House leadership and could make the Montana House look more like the U.S. Senate.
Former Montana Public Radio capitol reporter Emilie Ritter Saunders, who now graces the good people of Idaho with […]
Former Republican Gov. Tim Babcock praised him as “the fairest person I ever knew,” and said when J.D. […]
I got word this week that the Legislative Audit Committee, which is scheduled to meet Dec. 1-2, plans […]
The Tribune’s David Murray has the story of embattled State Sen. Shannon Augare facing his second DUI charge: […]
According to one Montana immigrant justice group, President Barack Obama’s expansive executive orders on immigration could impact hundreds […]
“Clearly, legislators gather at caucuses to discuss the public’s business,” Honzel wrote in his 1998 decision. “When they do so, the public has a right to observe their discussions and to be informed about what happens at those meetings.”
About 50 Republican members of the House gathered late Thursday for an after-hours, off-site caucus meeting to discuss […]
“My goal is to have a smooth and respectful session, with no ‘gotcha’ moments allowed on the Senate floor between senators,” Barrett said.