"We’re in such a short time limit right now that I think we need to have all options open," House Speaker Wylie Galt, R-Martinsdale, said.
A legal note to the bill said the government compelling the press to cover events in a certain way could violate the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Montana lawmakers have revived a dress code that drew accusations of sexism when it was first introduced ahead of the 2015 legislative session before being tabled without ever taking effect.
The state House gave initial approval Monday to a bill the sponsor said will provide liability protections to the state's businesses over exposure to COVID-19.
Updates to antiquated statutes related to bird dog training in Montana were approved by the Senate Fish and Game Committee on Tuesday, even though all involved said there was still more work to be done.
WHITEFISH — Lauralee O’Neil earned a standing ovation at the start of Sunday’s “New Code of the West” conference.