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Worden Family’s Experience with Muscular Dystrophy

Paul and Laura Heaton's son Grant is five years old and was diagnosed with Duchenne Musecular Dystrophy at the age ...
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It’s All About Schools! Safety, Funding, Report Cards, and What Happened During the Legislative Process

How are our schools doing? We had Superintendent Elsie Arntzen on the show to talk about: School Safety The Report ...
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Legislative Update: Medicaid Expansion Bill with Ed Buttrey

We spoke with Representative Ed Buttrey about the Medicaid Expansion bill that passed out of the legislature and is heading ...
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Legislative Update: The Infrastructure Bonding Bill With Mike Hopkins

Legislative Update: We spoke with Representative Mike Hopkins about the Infrastructure Bonding Bill. The $80 Million bill provides a framework ...
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Beyond Colstrip, What is The Montana Electric Supply Plan and Why Should You Care?

We spoke with John D. Hines, NorthWestern Energy Vice President of  Supply and Montana Government Affairs. By listening to this episode, ...
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Learn How a Montana Rancher is Putting USDA Conservation Programs into Action

Tom Watson is the State Conservationist for Montana USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). He gave us a general overview ...
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February 18 - February 24
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    Americans For Prosperity Foundation Presents, Fredrick Douglas At The State Capitol

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.18

    As part of African-American history month, the Americans For Prosperity Foundation will host a one-man show that brings to life the works and writings of Fredrick Douglas. He will be performing at the Capitol Rotunda, Montana State Capitol, Thursday, February 21st at 5:30 pm.

    Voices of Montana will be interviewing Fred Morsell who brings to life Mr Fredrick Douglas and also Henry Kriegel joins as spokesperson for the  Americans for Prosperity.

  • 19

    Update On Veterans Bills From The Legislature (Plus) The Montana Stockgrowers Association Speaking On Grizzlies & Wolves

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.19

    Brad Molnar, Troy Downing plus a representative with “Wounded Warriors” join us to talk veteran issues plus an update from the Montana Livestock Association.

  • 20

    The Cavalry Group-"Protecting Your Rights To Own Animals From Attacks By Animal Rights Extremists''

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.20

    Animal owners and animal related businesses are under attack by those who seek to eliminate animal ownership and eliminate animal enterprise in America.

    Powerful, organized interests are using bully tactics or the force of government to push their radical animal rights agenda on law abiding animal owners and animal related businesses.

    Since 2012, The Cavalry Group has been advocating for animal owners and animal related businesses in addition to providing 24/7 access to legal defense to protect the Constitutional and private property rights of law abiding animal owners, animal related businesses, outdoor sportsmen, and animal agriculture interests nationwide against the onslaught of unwarranted search and seizure of their farm or animal enterprise.

  • 21

    The Montana "Law Makers" Report With Legislators, Wendy McKamey, Mike Hopkins, Nancy Balance & Joe Dooling

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.21

    We will have 4-legislators join us.

    When we get confirmation of guests very soon, we will add to this page.

  • 22

    Montana Department of Revenue & Max Richtman-President & CEO National Committee To Preserve Social Security & Medicare

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.22

    We get the most up to date information on your state tax returns from Sanjay Telwani from the Montana  Department of Revenue and then, we dive into why prescription drugs are so expensive.

    Max Richtman is President and CEO of the
    National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare
    (NCPSSM),

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