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The GM plant in Toledo, Ohio, allowed an atmosphere of "violent racial hate and bullying," according to a lawsuit filed against the company.
ST. IGNATIUS — As the government shutdown continues, it’s starting to weigh on Teresa Wall-McDonald’s work.
The current government shutdown is now the longest in American history, affecting about 800,000 federal employees. Here’s a closer look at some quick facts about the U.S. federal workers.
Jacket zipped up against the chilly winter weather, Shawn Faiella stood on the shoulder of Third Street in front of his home Sunday, waving as the cars drove past.
Wednesday morning, Stephanie Fisher and her husband, Roy Fisher Sr., hopped into their Ford Explorer and made the four-hour round trip from Ashland to Billings to apply for a $1,000 loan, which they hope will be enough to keep them afloat until she gets her next paycheck from the federal government.
Calling it a starting point for a transparent process to publicly debate how the state of Montana should continue Medicaid expansion, Rep. Mary Caferro on Thursday announced the first bill of the 2019 Legislature to reauthorize the program.
As the Montana Legislature starts its 90-day session, during which the debate over if and how to continue Medicaid expansion in the state is expected to take center stage, the governor is focusing on a new line of support for the program — its benefit to businesses.
Are you a federal employee or family member of an employee affected by the government shutdown? We're working on a story about the employees who are out of work or are working without pay.
HAVRE — Officials say about half of the tribal employees at the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in northern Montana will be furloughed because of the partial U.S. government shutdown.