we want to save coverage for pre existing conditions says montana ag tim fox about the trump administration s
"We want to save coverage for pre-existing conditions," says Montana AG Tim Fox about the Trump administration's announcement that Obamacare should be scrapped. "There's 152,000 Montanans, these are non-elderly adult Montanans that depend on coverage for pre-existing conditions."
i was just handed a 479 page tax bill a few hours before the vote one page literally has hand scribbled policy
I was just handed a 479-page tax bill a few hours before the vote. One page literally has hand scribbled policy changes on it that can’t be read. This is Washington, D.C. at its worst. Montanans deserve so much better.
i watched a chunk of this because trump was in my home state of montana very sad especially seeing my fellow m
I watched a chunk of this, because Trump was in my home state of Montana. Very sad, especially seeing my fellow Montanans cheering for some of the ridiculous things our president said. Come on Montana, we are better than this ! You can be conservative without being cruel.
when i lost my fingers we had an accident insurance policy that didnt end up covering anything that is why im
When I lost my fingers, we had an "accident" insurance policy that didn’t end up covering anything. That is why I’m holding insurance companies accountable and defending Montanans against junk insurance plans. #mtpol#WhatsAtRisk
an anti trans measure failed to get enough signatures to appear on the ballot in montana at the center of the
An anti-trans measure failed to get enough signatures to appear on the ballot in Montana. At the center of the victory: transgender Montanans who talked to their neighbors about how harmful this measure would have been.
im demanding the listen to the thousands of montanans who have contacted my office reverse their decision and
I’m demanding the listen to the thousands of Montanans who have contacted my office, reverse their decision, and preserve our free and open Internet. Ending end#NetNeutralitys the Internet as we know it.
through his two terms in the senate tester has been a consistent vote for his party on matters of national imp
“Through his two terms in the Senate, Tester has been a consistent vote for his party on matters of national import, and conservative Montanans who want someone to represent them on these issues need to look elsewhere.”
breaking im extremely proud to have helped reverse this decision and ill continue to fight for the hardworking
‼️📢 BREAKING: I’m extremely proud to have helped reverse this decision and I’ll continue to fight for the hardworking Montanans and businesses that rely on these Job Corps programs, so we can make sure they’re around for future generations. #mtpol
i want to thank pence for visiting montana to discuss the meth epidemic but montanans expect more than lip ser
I want to thank @VP Pence for visiting Montana to discuss the meth epidemic, but Montanans expect more than lip service. I hope the @VP's experience encourages him to push back on @POTUS’ proposed cuts to critical drug & crime-fighting initiatives. #mtpol
bullock is out with a video of testimonials to argue dnc debate thresholds penalize starting his campaign late
Bullock is out with a video of testimonials to argue DNC debate thresholds penalize starting his campaign late to govern: “If I had to choose between chasing 100,000 donors or getting healthcare for 100,000 Montanans — well, that’s the easiest decision I’ll ever have to make."
bullock pre empts not making the dem debate stage with a video touting work done in mt as other candidates wer
Bullock pre-empts not making the Dem debate stage with a video touting work done in MT as other candidates were declaring. “If I had to choose between chasing 100,000 donors or getting healthcare for 100,000 Montanans — well, that’s the easiest decision I’ll ever have to make."
the history of the skeleton known to montanans as the wankel t rex to the smithsonian as the nations t rex and
The history of the skeleton known to Montanans as the “Wankel T. rex,” to the Smithsonian as the “Nation’s T. rex” and to scientists as “MOR555,” has three parts. The first we know little about — researchers can’t even tell whether that hatchling was a girl or a boy.