Attorney General Steve Bullock announces in Feb. 2010 that about $9.5 million will be put into a new trust to aid people with mental illnesses that was secured through a settlement agreement between the state and pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly over the marketing and sale of the anti-psychotic drug Zyprexa.
Attorney General Steve Bullock, gives a round of applause in June 2010, to all those who helped make the new Karl Ohs Education Center a reality during the dedication of the first new building in the 50 years history of the Montana Law Enforcement Academy.
From left Democratic candidates Kim Gillan, Jon Tester, Steve Bullock, Pam Bucy, Denise Juneau, Monica Lindeen and John Walsh hold their hands high in solidarity during a rally celebrating each candidate's Montana values they aniticipate will carry them across the finish line in November.
Montana Governor Steve Bullock talks with state park warden Maleri Schultz and Scott Stevens from AmeriCorps at Pictograph Cave State Park in April 2013 before signing House Bill 24 which creates the State Parks and Recreation Board.
From left, Alexandria, Steve and Caroline Bullock fill meal packs at the Helena Food Share Wednesday. Just ahead of Thanksgiving Day, the Bullock family pitched in to lend a hand at the Food Share sweeping, packing meals and distributing food to clients.
Gov. Steve Bullock, center, signs the Montana Health and Economic Livelihood Partnership (HELP) Act in April 2015 at the Capitol in Helena as bill sponsor Republican Sen. Ed Buttrey, left, of Great Falls looks on.
Gov. Steve Bullock talks with members of the Riverside Builders Club, including Amanda Steele, left, Karlee Simcox, center, and Alyssa Munson, right, on Feb. 10. Bullock attended a fundraiser after his visit to Riverside and to a TV station where he gave an interview.
Gov. Steve Bullock eats lunch with a six-person Montana Conservation Corps crew Monday afternoon below the summit of Mount Helena. The MCC crew has been working on 1200 feet of trail named the Andy Trail, in honor of the former Prickly Pear Land Trust director Andy Bauer.
From left, Rabbis Mendy Cohen of Sacremento, Calif., Barry Nash of Missoula, Chaim Bruk of Bozeman and Shmuel Herzfeld of Washington D.C. offer Gov. Steve Bullock, center, a copy of the Chumash Wednesday morning during a meeting between the governor and a delegation of rabbis concerned about recent anti-Semitism in the state.
Gov. Steve Bullock reads to students of Smith Elementary, his alma mater, Tuesday morning as a part of the One School One Book event, which aims to “highlight the benefits of reading aloud with children.” “We know that the most important predictor of high school graduation and career success is whether a child can read at grade level by third grade." Bullock said. "That is why it is so important to engage students and their families with efforts like One School One Book to build students’ listening skills, vocabulary and language skills, and develop imagination and creativity.”
Gov. Steve Bullock, right, demonstrates the use of bear spray Friday at the Capitol, along with FWP education manager Laurie Wolfe and Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney. Research shows that bear spray is more effective than a firearm during a high-stress encounter, Wolfe said.
From left, Governor Steve Bullock, Rep. Ryan Lynch (in vertically striped vest), Rep. Jim Keane, and Attorney General Tim Fox participate in the ceremonial moving of dirt Thursday morning on the Parrot tailings behind the Civic Center in Butte.