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McGrath: All Ravalli County Residents Are ‘Qualified Voters’

HELENA – In a formal opinion released Monday, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that all residents of Ravalli County…

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McGrath: Procurement Act Not Applicable to Crime Control Grants

HELENA – In a formal opinion released Tuesday, Attorney General Mike McGrath held that the Montana Procurement Act does not…

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McGrath: State Has Authority Over Interstate Exchange of Felons

HELENA – In an opinion released Monday, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that a local detention center may not…

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McGrath: County’s Long-Term Lease Agreement Does Not Require Voter Approval

HELENA – In an opinion released today, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that a lease-purchase agreement that includes a…

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McGrath: Appointee to City Judge Position Serves Remainder of Current Term

HELENA – In an opinion released today, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that when someone is appointed to fill…

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McGrath Opinion Clarifies Community College District Timelines

HELENA – In an opinion released Thursday, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that the Legislature has the final authority…

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McGrath: Law Permits Cross-County Annexation

HELENA – In a formal opinion released today, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that state law permits annexation across…

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McGrath: TIF Funds Inappropriate for MetraPark Financing

HELENA – In an opinion released today, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that industrial district tax increment financing may…

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AG: Insurance Law, Human Rights Act Require Contraceptive Coverage

HELENA – In an opinion released Tuesday, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that when insurance policies and benefit plans…

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McGrath: Statutes Give Cities, Towns Options for Cooperative Purchasing

HELENA – In a formal opinion released Thursday, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that a municipality may choose to…

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