Attorney General Steve Bullock today urged parents to review basic safety rules with their children before they go out trick or treating and to check Montana’s online Sexual or Violent Offender Registry (SVOR) to ensure their children avoid potentially dangerous situations.Read More »
Beginning this Thursday, November 1, the Motor Vehicle Division’s Title and Registration Bureau in Deer Lodge will have a new phone number, MVD administrator Brenda Nordlund announced Tuesday.Read More »
Montana’s driver licenses are among the most secure in the country and there is no reason for federal authorities to reject the documents as proper identification, Attorney General Steve Bullock wrote this week in a letter to federal authorities, adding that Montana continues to resist the federal identification card system known as Real ID.Read More »
The Montana Supreme Court today upheld the State Land Board’s 2010 decision to issue leases for state lands located in the Otter Creek drainage to Ark Land Co., a subsidiary of Arch Coal, Inc.
“As a member of the most productive Land Board in history, I have consistently advocated for responsible development of our natural resources,” Attorney General and Land Board member Steve Bullock said. “This decision preserves income for the school trust and paves the way for responsible oil, gas and coal development in Montana.”Read More »
Bullock Statement Regarding USSC Order Leaving Ninth Circuit Stay in Place in Montana’s Campaign Contribution Limits Case
The following statement is attributable to Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock, regarding the order issued today by the US Supreme Court, declining American Tradition Partnership’s request to lift the stay issued by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Lair v Murry. The Ninth Circuit had previously ordered that Montana’s campaign contribution limits for individuals, political parties and political action committees remain in place, and the USSC has decided that the Ninth Circuit’s order should remain in place:Read More »
One year since the 24/7 Sobriety Program was first rolled out in Yellowstone County, Sheriff Mike Linder and Undersheriff Kevin Evans on Thursday provided a briefing on the program at the county jail. They were joined by Attorney General Steve Bullock, who proposed the program to the 2011 Legislature; Judge Sheila Kolar; Deputy County Attorney Mary Leffers Barry; Highway Patrol Capt. Keith Edgell, and a participant in the program.Read More »
The following statement is attributable to Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock, regarding the order issued today by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ordering that Montana’s campaign contribution limits for individuals and political parties remain in place while the appeal is under consideration. The practical effect of this order is that Montana’s contribution limits will remain in place through the November 6 election:Read More »
The Butte Natural Resource Damage Restoration Council (BNRC) and the State of Montana’s Natural Resource Damage Program (NRDP) are seeking comments on the Butte Area One Draft Restoration Plan. This plan, which was developed with extensive public input and incredible amount of work on the part of the BNRC, describes how $32 million natural resource damage settlement money will be spent in the Butte area. The Governor will make a final decision on this plan.Read More »
Attorney General Steve Bullock has filed a lawsuit in district court to safeguard the public’s right of access on Tenderfoot Road near White Sulphur Springs in Meagher County.Read More »
The following statement is attributable to Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock, regarding the order of U.S. District Judge Charles Lovell, who on Wednesday ordered that Montana’s campaign contribution limits for individuals and political action committees are unconstitutional.
“This is a destructive ruling for Montana’s citizen democracy, and disturbing for those of us who believe that democracy is not for sale and politics is about values and issues, not money.