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Foodopoly

No, it not's playing a game of monopoly while chowing down! "Foodopoly" is the title of a brand new hardcover book by the Executive Director of Food & Water Watch, Wenonah Hauter. The subtitle of this tome from The New Press (www.the

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Today in Helena

Jonathon Ambarian:

On Monday, the Montana Legislature began finalizing several proposals to reform the state’s tax system.

 

The legislature is scheduled to adjourn this week and these tax proposals are something lawmakers will need to tackle before they close the session.

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Down On The Farm

Word was received this morning (Thursday) from one of the custom cutting guys who comes up here to the Golden Triangle every harvest. "Tall" Todd says he's talked with producers out in Kansas & that they had a cold front & wind, 10 above weather, & 50 mph north winds that blew through & FLATTENED the winter wheat. This storm hit

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Leading The Way To A Cure

Most people don't know how serious a health concern bladder cancer really is until it strikes. For the 3rd year in a row, the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network & the their many volunteers across the country will be doing a "Walk for Bladder Cancer" two weeks from this Saturday, May 4th.  

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We Won’t Be There

The Center For Mental Health Advisory Board here in Shelby will NOT be meeting tomorrow, Thursday. The NEXT meeting is scheduled for the 3rd Thursday in May on the 16th of the month.. This will be our final meeting before the summer break

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Simple Is Smart

You don't have to tell me...I'm the Puffman. "Simple: Conquering the Crisis Of Complexity" is the new read (on sale April 2nd) from some world-renowned advisors who have faced down lawyers, businessmen, & government bureaucrats, a groundbreaking & invaluable guide to achieving clarity, transparency, & empathy to drive bottom line results & enhance the customer experience. Why am I readi

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House Bill 505 Physician-Assisted Suicide Struck Down in the Montana Senate

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Montana Senate has rejected a measure that would criminalize doctors and caregivers who help terminally ill people kill themselves. House Bill 505 was struck down in a 27-23 floor vote after senators removed it from the Senate Judiciary Committee, where it failed to get a majority of support from committee members

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Bipartisan ‘dark money’ bill hits roadblock

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A bipartisan measure backed by Gov. Steve Bullock to force more disclosure on money in politics has hit a roadblock.

A Republican-controlled House committee tabled Senate Bill 375 on Monday

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On Senate Dems: “Did it Blow Up in Their Face?” Aaron Flint posted on April 8, 2013

Visit the Flint Report for more

Democratic and union activists were cheering, while Republican activists were mocking, State Sen. Shannon Augare (D-Browning) on social media Friday.  Augare apparently fled the Montana State Capitol in an attempt to block action on seve

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Senate Panel Rejects Family Planning Money

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Senate budgeting committee has rejected putting $4.6 million in federal family planning money back into the state spending plan.

Democrats tried Friday to restore the Title X money that was axed by conservatives in the House opposed to Planned Parenthood

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Missing Democrat leads to legislative standoff

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Legislature is at a standoff over a missing Democratic senator — with Republicans alleging his absence is a ruse to kill GOP ballot measures.

Democrats recessed Friday to say they have been unable to locate Sen

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Governor Criticizing Republican-Led Legislature

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Gov. Steve Bullock is criticizing the Republican-led Legislature for moving ahead with six voter referendums, saying they disregard the legislative process.

Lawmakers have given their initial approval to the referendums in time for Friday's transmittal deadline.

They deal with topics ranging from a constitutional amendment on abortion to ending same-day voter registration.

If they receive final legislative approval, the measures will bypass the governor's desk — and his possi

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