Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale announced that 3,645 Montanans will be receiving letters regarding possible eligibility for restitution from an insurance case that was recently prosecuted by his office.
Montana’s State Auditor and Insurance Commissioner announced on Thursday that health insurance rates for Montanans using the Affordable Care Act insurance exchange have actually been reduced for the first time.
State Auditor Matt Rosendale announced a run for Montana's lone US House seat LIVE on Monday's Montana Talks statewide radio show. Click below for the full interview with Montana Talks host Aaron Flint:
With smoke from Canadian wildfires already settling in the Missoula valley, Montana’s State Insurance Commissioner and Auditor Matt Rosendale is encouraging Montanans to prepare for the upcoming fire season.
A United States Senate Committee introduced bipartisan legislation on Thursday aimed at lowering health care costs, including provisions largely modeled off State Auditor Matt Rosendale’s legislation to lower prescription drug costs in Montana.
State Auditor Matt Rosendale is working with legislators of both parties to override Governor Steve Bullock’s veto of a bill that is estimated to save Montanans around $8 million on prescription drug costs.
Montana’s Insurance Commissioner and State Auditor Matt Rosendale was livid on Thursday after learning that Governor Steve Bullock vetoed Senate Bill 71, that would have helped lower prescription drug costs for thousands of Montanans.