Monthly Archives January 2008

Solicitor Recommends Supreme Court Accept Case Against Wyoming

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath said Wednesday that the United States Solicitor General has recommended that the U.S. Supreme Court accept the state’s water-rights case against Wyoming.

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McGrath: Security Freeze an Option to Protect Consumers

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath Wednesday reminded Montana consumers who are concerned about the safety of their credit information that a security freeze is one of the most effective ways to deter identity theft.

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Attorney General Releases Analysis of Nonprofit Hospital Pricing, Charity Care

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath Wednesday released the first Montana Hospitals Report summarizing charity care and pricing at the state’s 11 major nonprofit hospitals. The report presents information about hospital pricing, the charity care hospitals provide in return for their tax-exempt status, bad debt and collection practices, hospital surpluses and more. The report does not address hospital foundations.

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Diversity in Law Enforcement Career Expo Jan. 25-26

HELENA – The Montana Highway Patrol, Great Falls Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation will play host to a “Diversity in Law Enforcement Career Fair & Job Expo” January 25th and 26th at the Exhibition Hall at Four Seasons Arena in Great Falls.

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Applications Available for Clark Fork Restoration Grants

HELENA – Applications for grant proposals to restore the Upper Clark Fork River Basin are now available, Kathleen Coleman, Program Specialist for the Natural Resource Damage Program announced Monday.

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McGrath: Agreement Between States, MySpace Protects Children

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath said that the social networking site MySpace has agreed to take steps to better protect children using its site.

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