Montana Gov. Steve Bullock and State Dept. of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary have announced that the state will give $150,000 in the next year to a number of local communities and non-profits to promote local events to potential tourists
The Economic Policy Institute has been called “Big Labor’s favorite think tank” by conservative publications, one of the Left’s “prominent groups” by the liberal New York Times, and has worked with Wisconsin labor groups to attack Gov. Scott Walker, but a newly formed anti-Right to Work business group in Wisconsin has decided the group is […]
Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund, a group created by anti-gun advocate and billionaire Michael Bloomberg to push his anti-gun political agenda, has attempted to highlight a rash of school shootings that have taken place since the 2012 Newton, Connecticut elementary school massacre. Unfortunately for anti-gun zealots looking for a cheap political point, the rarity […]
Six lawmakers who bear a striking resemblance to the characters of Angry Birds.
A Wisconsin Dem. Leader points to a business climate survey that may just show how important Right to Work laws really are.
An annual poll sponsored by the Montana Chamber of Commerce has found, once again that Montanans, by a wide margin, want to see the state’s timber, oil, mining and coal industries “encouraged and promoted.”
The number of manufacturing jobs in Indiana and Michigan grew after those states passed Right to Work reforms in 2012.
Court records show the executive director of a Wisconsin union-funded group voted in a community she didn’t live in.
Assembly Democrats refuse to release emails that may show they used public resources for political purposes.
Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock’s executive budget proposal for the 2015-2017 biennium would once again have the state rely on the federal government for more than 40 percent of state spending in the primary appropriations bill, HB 2.