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Free Bear Spray Offered to Some Montana Hunters

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks is trying to get a public safety message out about bears to hunters and hikers in Western Montana. FWP spokeswoman Vivica Crowser says there are particular areas to avoid

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New Statewide Poll “Good News For Republicans,” Says MSU-Billings Professor

A new poll of 410 Montanans conducted by faculty and students at MSU-Billings over the past week (October 6-11), may bring courage to state republicans in the weeks before the midterm elections.

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Political Practices Commissioner Responds to Accusations of “Expanded” In-Kind Contribution Laws

Today, October 15, Attorney Milt Datsopoulos accused Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl of expanding Montana’s political Practices laws to include things that had not previously been violations. Motl says that this accusation is partly true, but that there is precedent.

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Attorney Milt Datsopopulos Discusses “Expanded” Political Practices Laws

Missoula law firm Datsopoulos, McDonald and Lind recently found itself on the wrong side of a decision handed down by the Montana Political Practices Commissioner regarding its support for the T.J. McDermott for Sheriff campaign.

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Second Lawsuit Pushes for Wolverine Protection Under Endangered Species Act

In August, The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decided not to push for an endangered species listing for the wolverine. That decision has spawned two big lawsuits: one by 12 national environmental groups, and another that will drop next Monday

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Montana Cell Phone Taxes Lower Than All but Three States, Study Shows

Taxes on cell phones are higher than nearly all other goods, but, according to the Tax Foundation, Montanans pay the fourth lowest cell phone tax rates in the country. Tax Foundation spokesman Joe Henchman explains the new study.

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Montana to be First State to Change Health Insurance Price Structure for Specialty-Tier Drugs

Montana is changing the way specialty-tier prescription drugs are paid for.

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Montana Political Practices Commissioner Rules Against Sheriff Candidate T.J. McDermott and Law Firm, Josh Clark Discusses Findings

Montana Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl has reached a decision in the complaints filed against Missoula County Sheriff Candidate T.J. McDermott by write-in candidate Josh Clark. The findings went out to the candidates today and Clark was satisfied

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Missoula County Elections Center Open at Fairgrounds

There are less than 30 days left to register to vote in Montana, and the folks down at the Missoula Election center are hoping folks will come visit them at the fairgrounds before the very last minute. Missoula County Elections Commissioner Rebecca Connors, explains why.

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Scientists Clear Montana Streams of Non-Native Trout Species With Electricity

Scientists have found a shocking new way to preserve native cutthroat trout in western Montana streams, and yes, it involves shocking them unconscious.

"So you use an electro current to stun the fish and then net them," said Senior Aquatic Scientist with the Wildlife Conservation Society Brad Shepard

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