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Recommends keep speed down, no drinking & be considerate
Average of 550 miles and $273 spent over Thanksgiving week
Thanksgiving dinner is up 3.3% from last year's grocery bill
Former Mt U.S. Attorney Mercer says next stop U.S. Supremes
Must be more responsive to state business & workforce needs
Tells lawmakers how much money to spend in the next 2 years
Bomber training area, in part over Mt, would be nation's largest
Two fiscal year's best projection to go to 2015 Legislature in Jan.
Decision is effective immediately and bans enforcement
$16.4 million settlement to sexually abused members
New DHHS program aims to help retailers not to sell to youths
Republicans vow to vote again in January after taking control
Five march for babies events scheduled for spring of 2015
Includes $45 million in grants for E. Mt towns affected by bakken
In 3 yrs. Mt has launched more businesses than any other state
Nebraska PSC might have the final say on completing it soon
Includes Medicaid expansion & pre-kindergarten program
People with current plans will just be renewed for the year
Students taking dual-credit courses up 96% since 2012
From 48 days to see primary physician in June to 69 days now
Charges it exceeds federal authority & impinges on sovereignty
Missoula 100/Helena 53/ Bozeman 40/Bllgs. 23/G Falls 2
33 projects identified worth $1.8 in reimbursement funds
GOP majority rules in Montana House & Senate for 2015
Replaces "Go Deeper" and "Step Out Of Bounds" slogans
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Colorado College's "State of the Rockies" poll was released this week. In the race for Sen. Jon Tester's seat the survey gave Rep. Denny Rehberg a 3 point lead, 46 to 43 percent. The poll's 4.9 percent margin of error makes the race a virtual tie.


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