Veteran Montana political reporter Chuck Johnson reportedly died this past weekend. Tributes immediately started pouring in from fellow journalists and across the political spectrum as the news got out across Montana.
It's almost halftime at the 90-day session of the Montana Legislature, and they only meet once every other year. Needless to say, that is a lot of work that needs to be done, and not a lot of time to do it. So where do things stand?
Montanans are one step closer to getting a major tax rebate on both their income taxes and on their property taxes. How much will it be? When could they get it? Will we be taxed on the tax rebate. Here's what we found out so far.
A freshman lawmaker from Kalispell, Montana is looking to crack down on fentanyl traffickers in the state. This, after Montana's Attorney General noted an 11,000% increase in fentanyl seizures since 2019.
When Jeff Laszloffy joined us Monday morning on the radio, he had a busy day ahead of him. His organization, the Montana Family Foundation, was testifying on six different bills. The most important one? Senate Bill 458, "a bill to define the terms male, female and sex in the Montana Code."
Ole Hedstrom and George Richards with the Montana State Professional Firefighters Association stopped by our radio studios Monday morning to give us the latest news from the state capitol in Helena as the 2023 Legislative Session is underway.
As Montana Democrats angrily yell at you to let drag queens read books to your kids, they also try to silence a Native American man wearing a sweatshirt who dares question their radical agenda. And they want to lecture us about tolerance?