he New York Times is reporting that U.S. Sen. John Walsh (D-MT) may have plagiarized up to one quarter of his 2007 master’s degree thesis.
Montana Recent Headlines
U. S. Sen. John Walsh (D-MT) continued his general election tack to the right on the issue of coal in an op-ed for the Laurel Outlook last week announcing a bill that would “force the Obama Administration to protect coal jobs by building 10 carbon capture and sequestration projects within 10 years.”
New U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) municipal wastewater treatment requirements could cause major headaches in small Montana cities, with residents of one city already facing a nearly 300 percent increase in water and sewer prices.
A draft report prepared by the Montana Environmental Quality Council (EQC) contains the results of a statewide survey of county commissions that shows widespread dissatisfaction with federal land management in the state.
National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association (NRECA) President Jo Ann Emerson took aim at new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) mandates in a radio interview with Aaron Flint that played Thursday on “The Voices of Montana.”
Administrator of Montana Disaster and Emergency Services (DES) Ed Tinsley is moving to another job within the State’s Dept. of Military Affairs (DMA), as DES continues to try and recover from scandals that have rocked the agency in recent years.
The Montana Democratic Party filed a Federal Election Commission (FEC) complaint on Monday alleging illegal coordination between Republican U.S. Congressional candidate Ryan Zinke and the super PAC he founded in 2012.
Controversial DC-based political consulting firm Hilltop Public Solutions continues to be an integral part of Montana’s left-wing movement, particularly in the state’s federal races. According to filings with the Federal Election Commission (FEC), appointed Democrat U.S. Sen. John Walsh’s campaign has already paid out $66,636 to Hilltop — also known as S & B Public […]
Montana Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester made hypocritical comments when he appeared at a June hearing on the impact of climate change on wildlife and farming of the United States Senate’s Green Jobs and the New Economy Subcommittee.
The Montana Republican Party Chairman took to Facebook on Friday to hit back against accusations that party leadership is trying to undercut efforts to institute closed primaries in the state, which its members endorsed in June, by not immediately authorizing a federal lawsuit.