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Amanda Curtis

Bill To Eliminate Overtime Pay For Some Seasonal Workers In Montana Advances

Apr 6, 2017
Rep. Amanda Curtis, D - Butte
Mike Albans

HELENA -- A bill that would get rid of overtime regulations for certain seasonal outdoor recreation workers needs just one more vote in the House to get to the governor’s desk.

Sally Mauk, Chuck Johnson and Rob Saldin discuss the Quist and Gianforte nominations, the proposed health and human services cuts, and their impacts, as well as the ongoing controversy over whether counties can use mail-ballots only in the May special election.

People from across Montana came to the state basketball tournamnet in Great Falls, we asked some for their thoughts on the upcoming election
Nicky Ouellet

As of today there are 76 days until the special election that will choose a replacement for former Montana Representative Ryan Zinke’s House seat. It will be a quick campaign for Republican Greg Gianforte and Democrat Rob Quist, one that political junkies say will rely heavily on name recognition.

To get a sense of what Montanans from across the state are thinking about the election, I went to the State Class Double-A basketball tournament in Great Falls.

Dan West speaks at the MT Democratic Party's nomination for the U.S. House Seat.
Corin Cates-Carney

While Rob Quist was selected as the Democratic Party’s nominee to run for Montana’s open U.S. house seat on Sunday, there were seven other candidates who lost. Nate Hegyi has this profile of the youngest candidate in the race.

Rob Quist speaks at the Democratic Party's nominating convention in Helena.
Corin Cates Carney

Montana Democrats picked songwriter and musician Rob Quist as their candidate for the special election in May that will determine who will represent the state in the U.S. House of Representatives.

“Who better than a musician for a campaign like this?" Quist asked rhetorically after securing the nomination.

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