Monthly Archives November 2009

Bullock Defends Second Amendment Rights

Montana Attorney General joins coalition of states to protect the right to keep and bear arms

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock—along with 37 other state attorneys general—has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to recognize that law-abiding Americans have a constitutionally protected, individual right to keep and bear arms.

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Bullock Announces Settlement with VONAGE on Cancellation and Cost Issues

Company will refund consumers and modify its cancellation and retention practices

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock today announced a settlement with the Internet-based phone company VONAGE. Under the agreement, VONAGE will make significant changes to its marketing practices and provide refunds to eligible consumers.

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State Solicits Comments on Draft Upper Clark Fork Restoration Work Plan

HELENA – The state is seeking public comment on draft funding recommendations for projects designed to restore the Upper Clark Fork River Basin, Natural Resource Damage Program specialist Kathleen Coleman said today.

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