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Montana Governor Signs Three Pro-Life Bills Into Law

The governor of Montana signed three different pieces of pro-life legislation into law Monday, prohibiting abortions of unborn babies capable of feeling pain, requiring ultrasounds before abortions, and adding requirements for providing abortion drugs to mothers. The governor’s office announced Monday afternoon that Republican Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte had signed HB 136, HB 140, and…

EXCLUSIVE: Montana Gov. Gianforte Signs Legislation To Ban Sanctuary Cities In The State

March 31, 2021 6:01 PM ET Republican Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte signed legislation Wednesday which bans sanctuary cities in the state, the Daily Caller has learned. The bill, HB200, passed the Senate on March 15 and has now been signed into law. The legislation prohibits local jurisdictions from adopting sanctuary policies and penalizes jurisdictions if…

Sen. Steve Daines Demands Restart of Border Wall Construction

Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) wrote a letter to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), contending President Joe Biden’s freeze of funds for border wall construction violates federal law. “On January 20th, in one of the first official acts of his presidency, Joseph Biden suspended border wall construction and ordered a freeze of funds provided by Congress…

Biden Overstepped Constitutional Authority When He Revoked Keystone Pipeline Permit, Multiple States Allege In...

A group of 21 Republican state attorneys general filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against President Joe Biden’s administration over its decision to nix the Keystone Pipeline. “This Administration has sought to leverage its power regarding U.S. foreign policy to unilaterally contradict Congress’s stated domestic policy regarding one of the most significant energy projects in a…

Montana Man Pleads Guilty For Lying Over Explosion Incident That Killed A Marine Veteran

A Montana man pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to lying about the cause of an explosion that killed a Marine veteran, a Justice Department press release said. Stephen Todd Reisinger, 50, pleaded guilty to felony obstruction in an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) investigation, the press release said. A 28-year-old employee named Dustin Payne,…

Sen. Steve Daines Overcomes Challenge From Gov. Steve Bullock, Holds On To Montana Senate...

November 04, 2020 2:08 AM ET Republican Montana Sen. Steve Daines won his bid for reelection against Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock. The Associated Press officially announced Daines’ win Wednesday morning. The junior senator from Montana will be serving his second term after Tuesday night’s win, having been first elected to the Senate in 2014. He…

Republican Greg Gianforte Wins Toss Up Montana Governor Race

Republican Rep. Greg Gianforte defeated Democratic Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney in Montana’s tight gubernatorial race Tuesday, The Associated Press reported. Greg Gianforte, who had been Montana’s sole congressman, defeated Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney late Tuesday evening, according to The Associated Press. Gianforte is the first Republican to win a Montana gubernatorial race in 16 years,…

EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Steve Daines To Release Ad On September 11 Featuring Navy SEAL Who...

September 10, 2020 10:30 PM ET Republican Montana Sen. Steve Daines will release an ad on Sept. 11 featuring a former Navy SEAL involved in the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden, the Daily Caller has learned. In the ad, Robert O’Neill gives his endorsement to Daines and says he is supporting the Montana Senator…

These Vulnerable Senators Risk Losing Their Seats, Costing The GOP The Majority. Here’s The...

Senate elections have become much more competitive in recent months, as Democrats have recruited popular candidates in states where President Donald Trump’s popularity has suffered. Suburban voters in competitive states will likely decide which party has the majority come November, according to election analysts. Voting trends, fundraising and polls paint a picture as to what…

The Supreme Court Looks Ready To Allow More State Aid For Religious Schools

January 22, 2020 6:39 PM ET The Supreme Court seemed poised to rule Wednesday that states which subsidize private schools cannot differentiate between religious schools and secular, private institutions. At issue in the case is a Montana program that allows residents to collect a tax credit of up to $150 for donating to organizations that…
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