Monthly Archives February 2010

Bullock Tells Congress Campaign Finance Ruling Ignores States like Montana

Montana AG: Protect Americans from “CEO’s Politics”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Attorney General Steve Bullock told a U.S. Senate panel that a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court overturning a federal ban on corporate spending on political campaigns ignored the interests of states like Montana.

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Bullock, Community Leaders Announce Creation of Montana Mental Health Trust

Trust funded by $13M settlement

HELENA – Joined by leaders from the mental health and law enforcement communities, Attorney General Steve Bullock announced Thursday that he has settled a lawsuit with a major pharmaceutical company that will provide millions of dollars for mental health services and programs in the State of Montana.

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Bullock Appoints Missoula Mayor to Gambling Council

Reappoints three members

HELENA – Attorney General Steve Bullock has appointed Missoula Mayor John Engen to a three-year term on the Gaming Advisory Council.

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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 Friday.

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Bullock: $3,000 Checks on the way to Montana Countrywide Foreclosure Victims Eligible Under Settlement

HELENA – Attorney General Steve Bullock on Friday announced that, under the terms of a settlement between his office and Countrywide, 79 Montana consumers who lost their homes to the foreclosure of Countrywide home loans will receive checks for $3,129 within the next few days.

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DOJ Seeks Applicants for Tow Truck Complaint Resolution Committee

HELENA – The Department of Justice is seeking applications for five of the six members of the Tow Truck Complaint Resolution Committee.

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