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Kimberly Dudik

Senate Now Considers Bill To Eliminate Rubella Test For Marriage License

Feb 8, 2019
Rep. Kimberly Dudik is sponsoring a bill that would eliminate the state's requirement for women to get a premarital test for rubella before getting a marriage license. File photo.
Mike Albans

HELENA — A Missoula lawmaker says it’s time for the state to eliminate the requirement for women to get a premarital blood test for a disease that has not been seen in Montana for almost 30 years.

Bill Would Let Drug-Addicted Pregnant Women Get Treatment Without Prosecution

Feb 4, 2019
A baby clutches a parent's finger. Stock photo.
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Drug-addicted pregnant women could seek addiction treatment without the fear of prosecution or having their child taken away under a proposed bill in the Legislature.

Bills Seek To Revise Statute Of Limitations In Montana Sex Abuse Cases

Jan 16, 2019
Rep. Mary Ann Dunwell, D-Helena, watches as 11 people testify in support of her House Bill 109 during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, Jan. 16. The proposed law removes the statute of limitations on child sex crimes.
Tim Pierce / UM Legislative News Service

HELENA — A slew of bills introduced in the Montana Legislature would revise the statute of limitations for sex crimes.

Rep. Kim Dudik, D - Missoula
Mike Albans

Missoula attorney and Democratic State Representative Kimberly Dudik says she’s running to be Montana’s attorney general in 2020.

Current Republican Attorney General Tim Fox can’t run again because of term limits. Dudik is the first candidate to announce a bid to replace him.

The mailer sent out last week, incorrect information was printed on the other side
Kimberly Dudik

Matt Bell, a Democrat challenging three-term Montana House incumbent Kimberly Dudik is apologizing for making false statements in a mailer voters received last week.

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