The yearly Montana State University-Billings political poll is out and, on most issues, it shows that Montanans are in a decidedly conservative mood with large majorities opposing new gun laws, believing that the federal government is too big, and disapproving of President Barack Obama to name just a few of the poll results.
The office of U.S. Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) is denying that the senator will no longer oppose Medicaid expansion going forward after a quote appeared in a Capitol Hill news outlet, where the Republican — and noted Obamacare critic — said that he respects “the decision of our Legislature and our governor on Medicaid expansion.”
The General Counsel for Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance, Democrat Monica Lindeen, has publicly contradicted some of the key arguments made by proponents of President Obama’s signature healthcare law—otherwise known as Obamacare.
With public approval for President Obama’s signature healthcare law continuing to sag, Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance, Monica Lindeen, announced double digit rate hikes for health insurance last week.
GE says its Waukesha, WI plant is closing due to the expiration of the Ex-Im Bank, but here is GE’s deception effort uncovered.
Amidst a growing controversy surrounding the release of secret videos purporting to show executives from Planned Parenthood negotiating the sale of aborted fetal parts, Montana Planned Parenthood locations are set to benefit soon from more than $300,000 in grant money from Obamacare.
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.
Parliamentary maneuvering and a strategic partnership between moderate Republicans and Democrats in the Montana State legislature have provided Democrats with de-facto control over the House of Representatives on two key issues this session.
During yesterday’s intense floor debate in the Montana House of Representatives on the complex and controversial CSKT Water Compact, State Rep. Gordon Pierson (D-Deer Lodge) drew an ominous comparison when he called the compact the “Obamacare” of Montana.
State Sen. Ed Buttrey’s (R-Great Falls) Medicaid expansion bill — SB 405 — would add new bureacracy within the State Dept. of Labor and Industry (DLI) that will cost the state $3.5 million from 2016-2020 according the Governor’s Office of Budget and Program Planning (OBPP).