13 hrs ago
Brian Schweitzer Wants You to Know He Hates Washington, D.C.
In Washington, D.C., the "traffic is bad," "most of the people you talk to are frauds" and Georgetown "sucks," at least according to former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer.
22 hrs ago
Elections Morning Digest: Brian Schweitzer might decide in six million years or so
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Tue Jun 18, 2013
Montana Senate race on ice as Schweitzer weighs making a run
Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer has frozen Montana's Senate race with his refusal to rush a decision on a bid - and he seems to like it just fine that way.a a "Washington, D.C., is full of people that respond to pressure.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Some say Schweitzer already planning U.S. Senate run
Some say Schweitzer already planning U.S. Senate run - HELENA - Former Gov. Brian Schweitzer is laying the groundwork to run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Max Baucus in Montana, and looks very much like a candidate, sources have told the Missoulian State Bureau.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Great Falls Tribune
Democrats pick party over principle
Since adoption of Montana's 1972 constitution our governors have vetoed 293 bills in 21 legislative sessions.
Stillwater: Can Schweitzer Restore Investor Confidence?
In a previous article, I suggested that Stillwater Mining Company could be a possible candidate to bail out North American Palladium .
Sat Jun 15, 2013
MT-Sen: Momentum For The Draft Brian Schweitzer (D) For Senate Campaign Continues To Grow
Received this e-mail today from Bold Progressives regarding the campaign to draft former Governor Brian Schweitzer to run for Senate: The Hill newspaper reports Brian "Schweitzer is Democrats' best hope at winning retiring Sen. Max Baucus's seat.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Tester: 'I'd bet the farm' Schweitzer will run for Senate
Sen. Jon Tester is more than a little confident that former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer will seek to join him in the Senate.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Non-Engineered Food Demand Grows
News of non-approved genetically engineered wheat discovered growing in Oregon put regulators on high alert.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Legislators Uphold Final 19 Bullock Vetoes
Lawmakers on Monday upheld Gov. Steve Bullock's final 19 vetoes of the legislative session, including one bill for infrastructure improvements in eastern Montana and another to make one-time payments to providers who care for the elderly and disabled.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Stillwater Mining CEO retires after board shake-up
The chief executive of Montana's largest publicly traded company has retired in the wake of a corporate shake-up led by former Gov. Brian Schweitzer.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Great Falls Tribune
State reaches deal on pay increases for employees
Gov. Steve Bullock and state employee unions announced a deal Wednesday for across-the-board pay increases starting next month.
2nd state employee clinic opens in Billings
The state has opened a medical clinic in Billings for workers and their families covered by the state's employee health plan.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Great Falls Tribune
Was Stillwater's future foreshadowed by Anaconda's past?
It's said that "those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it." Almost exactly 30 years ago the last Anaconda/Arco miner laid down his tools.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
The Billings Outpost
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PERSPECTIVE By WILBUR WOOD - For The Outpost Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has vetoed almost as many bills this spring as former Gov.
Wed May 29, 2013
Investment board approves staff salary increases
Members of the Montana Board of Investments awarded raises to some of the panel's top personnel on Wednesday over the objections of its former chairman, who cited underperforming investments and rising costs in his unsuccessful bid to stop the proposal.
MT-Sen: Draft Brian Schweitzer (D) For Senate Meeting In Missoula On Thursday
For those of you who live in Montana and want former Governor Brian Schweitzer to run for retiring Senator Max Baucus's Senate seat, here's a good opportunity for you to get involved with the Progressive Change Campaign Committee's campaign to draft Schweitzer for U.S. Senate: The Draft Brian Schweitzer for Senate campaign has set its first ... (more)
Tue May 28, 2013
AG didn't advise Bullock in challenge to EPA rules
The governor's office said Tuesday that it wasn't told that Republican state Attorney General Tim Fox would make Montana one of the states opposed to federal greenhouse gas emission rules.
Mon May 27, 2013
Paper mill site owner against Superfund listing
The owners of the former Smurfit-Stone Container Corp. paper mill site in Frenchtown say designating the area a Superfund site would hinder bringing back jobs.
Fri May 24, 2013
Montana Governor Lauds Regents for Tuition Freeze
The governor lauded the Montana Board of Regents for its move Friday to freeze college tuition for the next two years.