Monthly Archives June 2006

Helena Driver Exam Station Tries Scheduled Customer Appointments

HELENA – Motor Vehicle Division administrator Dean Roberts today announced that, beginning July 10 and running through October 31, the Helena driver exam station will ask its customers to make appointments rather than just stop by.

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Bozeman Driver Exam Station Announces Schedule Change

HELENA – Officials with the state’s Motor Vehicle Division announced today that the Bozeman driver exam station will adjust its hours to better serve Bozeman-area drivers.

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McGrath Seeks to Intervene in Wyoming Case to Protect Water in Southeastern Montana Rivers

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath on Thursday filed documents motion and memorandum in federal district court in Wyoming seeking to intervene in a case in which a number of energy companies operating in Wyoming are trying to overturn the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s approval of Montana water quality standards for the Tongue and Powder Rivers and their tributaries.

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McGrath Releases Statement On Sentencing Project Meth Report

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath released the following statement today in response to an Associated Press story on a report from the Sentencing Project.

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McGrath: Montana Joins Multi-State Settlement with Company Charged with Advertising False Medical Recall Notice

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath on Wednesday said that his office has joined 17 other attorneys general in a settlement with two Nevada companies and their owner for advertising false and misleading claims. The two Las Vegas companies, Gateway Distributors, Ltd. and The Right Solution Gateway, and their owner, Richard Bailey, use the name “The Right Solution” to market alternative health products to consumers through the Internet and mail.

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McGrath: Read, Understand Petitions Before Deciding Whether to Sign

HELENA – On the eve of the primary election, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath Monday reminded voters to pay attention to the details when they are asked to sign petitions to qualify measures for the November ballot.

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