Yearly Archives 2001

Poplar Man Guilty of Evidence Tampering

HELENA – A Helena jury on Wednesday convicted a Poplar man of tampering with physical evidence for presenting a falsified floor plan at a liquor license revocation hearing in Helena in October 1999, Gambling Investigation Bureau chief Jeff Bryson said.

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McGrath Issues Ruling on Therapists

HELENA – Occupational therapists may not apply topical medication in conjunction with electricity in treating their patients, Attorney General Mike McGrath has concluded.

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Montana Women to Benefit from Antitrust Settlement

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath on Wednesday presented checks for $51,500 to two Montana programs that seek to prevent violence against women and to improve women’s economic status. The checks represent Montana’s share of an antitrust settlement against the Nine West shoe company.

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McGrath Appoints Flathead Tribal Member to Gambling Council

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath has appointed S. Kevin Howlett of Pablo to serve a three-year term on the Gaming Advisory Council.

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New Appointments to Gambling Council

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath has appointed two new members to three-year terms on the Gaming Advisory Council.

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Grant Funds Available for Clark Fork Restoration

HELENA – Applications for $6 million in 2001 grant funds for projects to restore the Upper Clark Fork River Basin (UCFRB) are now available, Governor Judy Martz and Attorney General Mike McGrath jointly announced Tuesday.

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Justice Department Unveils Sexual or Violent Offender Website

HELENA – A new Website allows Montanans to find out where designated sexual and violent offenders live in their communities.

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