Monthly Archives May 2007

Choices Bank Merges with Statewide Registry for Health Care Directives

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath and St. Patrick Hospital president Jeff Fee today announced that the Missoula-based Choices Bank has merged with the state’s online advance health care directive service to create a single registry for Montana citizens.

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McGrath: MySpace to Provide Information About Sex Offenders

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath today filed an investigative demand with the popular social-networking online service MySpace, asking for names and other information about convicted sex offenders the company has identified on its website.

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McGrath Honors Capital’s Link Crew, Advisor Morand for Advocacy Work

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath Wednesday honored Capital High School’s Link Crew and advisor Kelley Morand as outstanding crime victims’ advocates.

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McGrath: Montana Settles with OxyContin Manufacturer

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath said today that Montana and 25 other states have reached a settlement with drug company Purdue Pharma regarding the narcotic pain medication OxyContin.

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McGrath: Appointee to City Judge Position Serves Remainder of Current Term

HELENA – In an opinion released today, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that when someone is appointed to fill a vacancy in the office of city judge, he or she serves the remainder of the prior judge’s term.

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McGrath Honors Leslie McClintock, Outstanding Victims’ Advocate

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath today honored outstanding crime victims’ advocate Leslie McClintock of Missoula in a ceremony at the Missoula City Council Chambers.

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