Monthly Archives November 2010

Bullock Reminds Holiday Shoppers: In Montana Gift Cards Don’t Expire

HELENA – With holiday shopping underway, Attorney General Steve Bullock reminded Montana consumers on Monday that, under state law, gift cards and gift certificates from an individual merchant do not expire – despite what may be printed on them.

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Two Dead, 44 Injured in Busy, Wintry Weekend on Montana Roads

HELENA – Montana Highway Patrol troopers responded to a car crash every eight minutes last weekend, statistics show, after frigid, snowy weather descended on the state.

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Bullock Rules that University Endowments do not have to be Invested Through State’s Unified Investment Program

HELENA – In a formal opinion issued Friday, Attorney General Steve Bullock has concluded that donations and grants endowed directly to Montana universities can be invested according to policy set by the Board of Regents, rather than being restricted to the state’s unified investment program.

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Attorney General Warns of Scam Targeting Grandparents, Unveils New Service to Warn Montanans of Emerging Scams

BILILNGS – Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock, a Billings police detective and a local senior warned Billings residents about a scam targeting grandparents and bilking unsuspecting Montanans out of thousands of dollars.

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Bullock to Defend Montana’s Right to Water Under Yellowstone River Compact

U.S. Supreme Court to hear argument over effects of irrigation in Wyoming

HELENA – On Monday, January 10, Attorney General Steve Bullock will defend Montana’s right to a fair share of the water that flows into the state from Wyoming in an argument before the United States Supreme Court.

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