Gregg Trude

Trial Set For Montana Man Charged In Shooting Death

Jan 2, 2019

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A jury trial has been set for a former Montana firearms safety instructor accused of fatally shooting his hunting partner.

The Helena Independent Record reports 62-year-old Gregg Robert Trude, of Helena, automatically entered a not-guilty plea on Wednesday, which is standard during an arraignment.

A nurse in the Flathead Valley will ask a Montana district court Thursday to suspend a state law that limits who can and cannot perform abortions. She’s being represented by the American Civil Liberties Union.

Only physicians and physicians assistants can legally perform abortions in Montana. It's a felony for others to perform the procedure.

Our ongoing abortion debate focuses on the important moral question of the rights of the fetus, the mother, and government.  But we don’t talk much about the rights of mothers and their babies—after birth.  Hear what Gregg Trude of “Right to Life of Montana” has to say, on this episode of "Home Ground Radio".