Monthly Archives April 2006

Consumer Alert: Unsolicited Faxes Pitching Internet Tobacco Sales

HELENA – Officials with the Montana Department of Justice said today the department has received reports of Montanans getting unwanted, unsolicited faxes advertising an Internet site that sells cigarettes. The sales pitch touts “major name brands” and “premium brands” at “unbelievable savings.”

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McGrath Honors Gloria Edwards, Outstanding Crime Victim Advocate

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath Tuesday honored outstanding crime victims’ advocate Gloria Edwards of Bozeman in a ceremony at the Bozeman Law and Justice Center.

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McGrath: Address Confidentiality Program Aids Victims

HELENA – As the state observes Crime Victim Awareness Week, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath said Tuesday that the new Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) can help victims of domestic and sexual violence and stalking. April 23-28 marks Crime Victim Awareness Week.

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A Statement from Attorney General Mike McGrath on the High Court’s Decision Not to Accept Missouri River Case

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath released the following statement today regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to accept a case addressing the allocation of Missouri River waters to upstream and downstream states:

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Services Limited at Driver License Stations May 1-5

HELENA – From May 1-5, most driver licensing stations throughout Montana will be closed, while others will be open for limited hours and offer only license renewals and duplicates.

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Active Recruitment for Montana Highway Patrol Open Until May 19

HELENA – The Montana Highway Patrol is recruiting for officers for training to begin in September.

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A Statement from Attorney General Mike McGrath Opposing a Proposed Settlement Between Enron and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath Monday released the following statement about a proposed settlement between Enron and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission:

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