The law in question gave vaccine status protection under the Montana Human Rights Act, which in effect prohibits government agencies and businesses from requiring employee vaccinations.
A Democratic state lawmaker Wednesday questioned the head of the state health department about whether medical experts were involved in making a controversial emergency rule issued last month regarding masking in schools.
There are over 10,000 active COVID-19 cases in Montana. The state reached that milestone Wednesday. Public health officials and experts say the latest outbreak is fueled by the Delta variant. MTPR’s Freddy Monares and Aaron Bolton looked into what Montana can expect to come next.
Montana officials are preparing for the state’s recreational marijuana program to come online in January. Some are worried the process is being rushed.
To incentivize COVID-19 vaccinations among students the Blackfeet Nation is now offering to pay tribal members.
Montana’s largest labor union filed a lawsuit today against Montana’s secretary of state over same-day voting registration restrictions passed during the 2021 legislative session.
As COVID-19 cases overwhelm Montana hospitals, the state’s two largest universities announced expanded masking requirements.
These delicious treats were cultivated and enjoyed by native people for hundreds if not thousands of years. But with the arrival of the Spanish in Latin America, they were shared around the globe.
The report discovered that the biggest growth among Hispanics in the media industry was in service jobs, while management jobs had the lowest representation.
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