The Department of Homeland Security and the state of Montana are arguing over whether or not Montana's Driver's licenses are good enough to meet national standards. The fight has been going on for years now, but things recently escalated when the the Department of Homeland security sent a letter to Montana Governor Steve Bullock in late December on the issue.
U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has announced today, October 10, that states may be able to re-open national parks within their boarders as long as they pay personnel costs with state funds. However, Montana is unlikely to do so.
As the federal government rolls back services while congress and President Obama fight over the budget, many are questioning whether or not the so called federal shutdown will have a negative impact. According to Montana Governor Steve Bullock, the answer is yes.
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