Monthly Archives July 2010

Bullock Releases Statement as Wall Street Reform Becomes Law

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock released the following statement in response to President Obama signing the Restoring American Financial Stability Act:

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Bullock: Montana Has an App for That

Attorney General unveils new mobile application for drivers’ education

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock unveiled a practice drivers’ exam application for the iPhone, iPad, and iTouch on Thursday. The free application — which is the first “app” to be introduced by the State of Montana — can be downloaded at Apple’s iTunes store or online (LINK).

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Bullock: Under Collective Bargaining, 10 Hours Holiday Pay OK with 4/10 Work Schedule

HELENA – County workers who regularly work four 10-hour days may get 10 hours pay for public holidays if it is negotiated as part of a collective bargaining agreement, Attorney General Steve Bullock concluded in an opinion issued late last week.

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State Leaders Form Working Group to Protect Aging Veterans from Financial Schemes

GREAT FALLS – On the eve of Independence Day weekend, state leaders gathered in Great Falls today to warn current and retired members of the armed services of scams that target veterans. They also announced the creation of an inter-agency working group to focus on preventing the financial exploitation of aging and disabled veterans.

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