Once Markus Kaarma's appeal for a new trial was turned down by the Montana Supreme Court over a week ago, his attorney Nate Holloway has filed a petition for rehearing, this time to the Montana Attorney General's office.
In an order expedited by the Montana Legislature and the Montana Attorney General's office, the Montana Supreme Court has ruled that the term of Jonathan Motl, the state Commissioner of Political Practices, ended as of January 1, 2017.
In conjunction with a notice of appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Montana Attorney General’s Office has filed a request with the federal district court in Helena seeking a stay of that portion of Judge Lovell’s ruling addressing campaign contributions from political parties.
When Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Montana was purchased by Health Care Service Corporation, one of the requirements from Montana officials was the creation of a non-profit foundation to improve healthcare in the state.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox announced on Wednesday that he is joining a bi-partisan coalition of 49 Attorneys General asking Congress to amend laws to fight prostitution and child sex trafficking, by amending the Communications Decency Act.
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