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  • Montana Republican Greg Gianforte was sworn in as the newest member of Congress, a month after he body slammed a reporter who asked him a question about the GOP health care bill
  • A group of Montana individuals and organizations is calling a voter-approved list of crime victims' rights a "hostile takeover of the state constitution"
  • A portrait of President Donald Trump will be hanging once again in the Jackson Town Hall in northwest Wyoming

  • A conservative group wants Montana voters to decide whether to regulate people’s access to bathrooms and locker rooms.
  • Montana Republican and wealthy, former software executive Greg Gianforte was sworn in today by Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-WI, as the newest member of Congress.
  • The former CEO of a Montana appliance and electronics retailer, George Manlove, must report to a federal prison in Oregon by Thursday to begin serving his sentence of 5 years and 3 months.
  • Open burning in Yellowstone County will be shut effective 12:05AM Thursday, June 22, 2017

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  • U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan is scheduled to administer the oath of office to Congressman-elect Greg Gianforte next Wednesday
  • Montana's incoming congressman, Greg Gianforte, is calling for civility in politics as heads to Washington with a conviction for assaulting a reporter
  • An earthquake shook a backcountry area in the northwest part of Yellowstone Park last night

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  • Republican Greg Gianforte was officially declared the winner of Montana's special congressional election today, allowing the Bozeman entrepreneur to be sworn into his first public office and as the state's only representative to the U.S. House
  • Montana would lose nearly $5 million in federal funding if the current health care bill in Congress is enacted
  • U.S. officials are launching an expanded review of predator-killing cyanide traps and additional guidelines for workers deploying the devices after accounts of sick children and dogs across Idaho and Wyoming

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  • Federal legislation that calls for expanding the Amber Alert system in Native American Communities across the country has cleared its last hurdle before heading to the full U.S. Senate for consideration
  • Low oil prices continue to stifle activity in Wyoming's oil industry
  • A coalition of environmental groups has petitioned the U.S.

  • Montana Attorney General Tim Fox says he will not run in 2018 for the U.S. Senate seat now occupied by Democrat Jon Tester
  • The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned a Montana court's ruling that two BNSF Railway workers could sue the company for their injuries in the state, even though the men never worked in Montana
  • Major snowmelt is causing minor flooding in low-lying areas of western Wyoming

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