The report also identified Public Service Commissioner Jennifer Fielder as the third official involved.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Amazon has agreed to pay $500,000 and be monitored by California officials to ensure it properly notifies its workers about new coronavirus cases, the state's attorney general said Monday.
Ivermectin is a generic drug that has been used for decades to treat river blindness, scabies and even head lice.
The state Legislature's special counsel is investigating the incident.
The House Speaker and Senate President of the Montana Legislature on Monday set in motion an investigation into the state Attorney General's dispute with St. Peter's Health in Helena.
The question of jurisdiction stems from an incident in which the hospital said its doctors were threatened and harassed by three public officials.
Republican Attorney General Austin Knudsen filed the notice of appeal with the state Supreme Court on Tuesday.
“These officials have no medical training or experience, yet they were insisting our providers give treatments for COVID-19 that are not authorized, clinically approved, or within the guidelines established by the FDA and the CDC," a hospital spokesperson said.
Eighteen states threw new support behind Texas' ban on most abortions as the Biden administration waited Thursday for a ruling to determine whether the nation's most restrictive abortion law will be allowed to remain in place.
The preliminary injunction ordered by Judge Michael Moses stops the laws from taking effect while a lawsuit that seeks to overturn them plays out.
The laws are halted for 10 days or until the judge decides if he'll issue a preliminary injunction, whichever happens first.
Earlier this year the Legislature passed House Bill 112, a Republican-sponsored bill that banned transgender women from competing in women's high school and college sports.
The state has filed charges against a Plentywood man who at one-time worked as a maintenance worker at a facility for adults with disabilities, accusing him of sexual intercourse without consent against two developmentally disabled women.
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The case involves a Helena man who is accused of refusing to wear a face mask in a restaurant when Montana was under a statewide mandate.
Though Cuomo offered no hint of resignation Tuesday, the possibility still looms as his own Democrats – without equivocation – joined the chorus that could end one of the most powerful gubernatorial reigns in state history.
"Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo cannot survive in office," writes The News' Editorial Board.
An explosive report accusing Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of repeatedly sexually harassing female government employees has left the three-term governor seemingly facing a choice between resignation or impeachment.
Some, including the Democratic members of the state's American Indian Caucus, worry a lack of clarity could have a chilling effect on the state’s constitutionally required Indian Education For All program.
Starting July 1, most of Montana's statewide elected officials will be able to carry a little more cash in their pockets, thanks to a state law that mandates pay raises every other year.
“This is an effort, led by the highest office in the nation, to replace neutrality in teaching with slanted propaganda," said Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen.
In its Tuesday ruling, a federal judge stated Randall Menges’ requirement to register as a sex offender is unconstitutional. The Attorney General's office is appealing the ruling.