Monthly Archives October 2004

McGrath: Computer-Generated Campaign Calls Illegal

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath said Thursday that his office has received a number of complaints about computer-generated phone calls related to initiatives and legislative races.

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McGrath Debuts Expanded Crime Victims Website

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath on Monday introduced a redesigned section of the Department of Justice website specifically for crime victims and those who work with them, including a new page devoted to domestic violence.

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Board of Crime Control Approves Homeland Security Grants

HELENA – The Montana Board of Crime Control approved homeland security grants worth more than $2.6 million during a recent meeting in Missoula.

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Superintendent Linda McCulloch and Attorney General Mike McGrath Team Up to Prevent Meth Use

State Superintendent Linda McCulloch and Attorney General Mike McGrath today announced a new pilot program to prevent the use of methamphetamine among Montana’s young people.

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McGrath: Cities with Self-Government Powers Exempt from Rate-Setting Laws

HELENA – In a formal opinion released Tuesday, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that a local government with self-government powers may set rates for water and sewer service without having to follow rate-making laws that apply to general-power cities.

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