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New Montana Location for Getting Disabled Permits

Applications for disabled parking permits and license plates will no longer be done in Deer Lodge. Public Information Officer for the Department of Justice, John Doran explains.

The goal of shifting the registration location is to streamline the process for those in need of disabled permit and licensing services. The proc

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A Look at Missoula and the Nation’s Gas Prices [audio]

If you’re curious about the price of gas at the pump, there are few people more interesting to interview than Senior Petroleum Analyst for Gasbuddy.com, Patrick Dehaan. In the following interview, we talk about Iran, shale oil, unemployment, as well as the effects of supply and demand on the price of gas.

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Lawsuit to Uncover Public Employee Pay Explained

The Montana Policy Institute was recently granted access to Department of Administration records regarding payments to Montana State employees. KGVO News spoke with the C.E.O. of the Montana Policy institute, Carl Graham who took the time to explain why a lawsuit was necessary to obtain the information.

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Radon Test Kits in Missoula at Low Prices for February

During the month of February, the Missoula  Health Department is providing radon test kits at the reduced price of six dollars per kit. Environmental Health Specialist for the Missoula County Health Department, Todd Seib explains where radon comes from and why homeowners should be concerned.

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STOCK Act to Recieve a Vote Next Week.

Next week, the United States senate will vote on a bill that, if enacted, would ban the trading of corporate stocks by members of congress based on non-public information. The bill, known as the STOCK Act (Stop Trading On Congressional Knowledge Act) was authored by New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D) and Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown (R).

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