Montana State Sen. Ed Buttrey (R-Great Falls) and the office of Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock have been working together over the last month on SB 405, Buttrey’s Medicaid expansion “alternative” that would still use federal dollars to expand Medicaid in Montana as part of Obamacare.
Running on transparency and honesty seems like a good bet for a local candidate for school board. But it may not be a good bet for a candidate that recently lied to police about her role in a hit-and-run incident, fessed up to her lie, and is now claiming a conspiracy is behind her hitting her neighbors vehicle and misreporting it to police.
State education officials spent thousands advertising jobs on a classified ads website despite 2 state websites that do the same for free.
Former staff attorney criticizes defendants in John Doe probe at Madison event after claiming he couldn’t speak about the investigation.
According to records from the Dane County Sheriff’s Office, Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley had a medical condition in 2011 during her contentious encounter with Justice David Prosser.
A rift has emerged over digital privacy legislation championed by Republican State Rep. Daniel Zolnikov of Billings, as the office of Republican Attorney General Tim Fox has worked to block the legislation.
Despite assertions by university officials that a hyper-liberal University of Wisconsin “think-and-do” tank is reimbursing the University for using state facilities and resources, an open records request seeking proof of those reimbursements turned up no record of such payments.
In recent and ongoing debates regarding the Obamacare mandated Medicaid expansion and public lands policy, Montana’s legacy news media has exhibited a clear bias toward left-wing, liberal talking points.
The wife of a prominent Democratic state lawmaker and a judge adored by the Left could prevent Gov. Walker from appointing a reasonable judge to the GAB.
Michael Dougherty of The Week recently penned a piece astonishingly titled: “Scott Walker, the gutless wonder of the 2016 presidential race.” He’s wrong.