Responding to questions — raised by The Daily Caller — about executive pay at taxpayer funded health co-ops, Montana Health Co-op (MHC) states that its CEO actually took a pay cut in 2014 and that his pay is “on the lower end” compared to other health co-op CEO’s.
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As Democratic groups attack Gianforte’s religious beliefs, Gov. Bullock (D) stays mum on ties to liberal United Church of Christ.
U.S. Sen. JonTester’s (D-MT) vote in favor of the bill came only a week after the Senator joined fellow Democrats in filibustering the same funding in an attempt to exact concessions on social spending from Republicans who appeared anxious to fund the nation’s military.
Media Trackers conducted interviews with the three Montana GOP chair candidates. Our third and final interview is with State Rep. Jeff Essmann.
Media Trackers conducted interviews with the three Montana GOP chair candidates. Our second interview is with former Madison County Commissioner Dan Happel.
Media Trackers conducted interviews with the three Montana GOP chair candidates. Our first interview is with the incumbent Will Deschamps.
Despite a population of just over 1 million people and just 3 electoral votes, Montana continues to be a hot bed of spending for billionaire’s and their political non-profit groups.
Liberal non-profits and Republican elected officials from the County Commission and Clerk & Recorder’s office met last week to address issues the non-profits believe negatively affect and depress voter turnout among Montana State University students in Bozeman.
Michael Garrity, of the left-wing environmental group Alliance for the Wild Rockies compared Montana’s U.S. Congressional delegation to Mississippi segregationists and likened timber issues to the battle for African American civil rights in comments to Montana Public Radio (MTPR) on Monday.
A Media Trackers investigation into the philanthropic efforts of left-wing Swiss billionaire, Hansjorg Wyss, has revealed that the University of Montana’s Environmental Studies Program and College of Forestry and Conservation receives funding from The Wyss Foundation as part of fellowship and scholars program which trains young environmental activists.