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Montana Veterans Going to Visit D.C. Memorial Despite Federal Shutdown

The Big Sky Honor Flight is scheduled to take 86 Montana veterans of World War II and their companions to see the memorial constructed in their honor on October 13 and October 14. However, because federal employees are in charge of maintaining the memorial, there is uncertainty over whether or not the soldiers will be granted access because of the government shutdown.

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Montana Roadkill Law in Place, But Dinner Will Have to Wait

A law that allows people to harvest the meat of deer, elk, moose and antelope that are slain by vehicles in Montana has gone into effect, but those who are hungry for roadkill will need to wait just a few months longer to turn on the grill.

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Health Insurance Exchange Website Not Working for Many Montanans

The Affordable Care Act (commonly known as Obamacare) health insurance exchanges have been up since Monday, October 1, but few, if any, Montanans have actually been able to use the system.

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Montana Minimum Wage Set to Rise in 2014

At $7.80, Montana currently pays more in minimum wage than all but a few states, but according to Montana Department of Labor and Industry Communications Director Casey Kyler-West, the minimum wage will be going up again in 2014.

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Gov. Bullock Says Government Shutdown is “Embarrassing,” Will Impact 10,000 Montana Federal Employees

As the federal government rolls back services while congress and President Obama fight over the budget, many are questioning whether or not the so called federal shutdown will have a negative impact. According to Montana Governor Steve Bullock, the answer is yes.

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Wait and Research Before Enrolling for Health Insurance, Advises Montana Commissioner

As of October 1, the federal government-run health insurance exchanges will be open to the public. However, Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica Lindeen is advising Montanans to wait a bit before they enroll.

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Montana Liquor Laws Get an Overhaul in October

Stressed about all of the changes to healthcare that begin on October 1? Well, just relax and have a drink, because a host of Montana liquor laws will be changing as well on the very same day.

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Cost of Montana Health Insurance Going Up, Claims Expert

The Affordable Care Act's health exchanges are set to open on October 1. Although the government claims that the insurance rates will be lower than expected, some experts argue that costs will be higher than what many Montanans have experienced in the past.

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Montana Auto Insurance Rates Skyrocketing, Double the National Rate

The Consumer Federation of America is out with information about auto insurance in Montana and the news isn't very good.

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Smallmouth Bass Discovered in Seeley Lake, Up to $1,000 Reward Offered

When Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials received the above picture from a fishing expedition to Seeley Lake, there was a sense of alarm. The photograph clearly shows a smallmouth bass, a species that is not native to Montana.

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Montana Motorcyclists Help Make Wishes Come True for Critically Ill Kids

Motorcycle owners across the state of Montana have been helping make wishes come true for critically ill kids through a program known as the Chrome for Kids Wish Fund.

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Reasons to Visit Missoula this Fall and Winter

Just because the weather gets a little colder soon, doesn’t mean that Missoula and Western Montana close the blinds and hibernate for the winter. In fact, the opposite is true. There is just as much to enjoy about our fair city when the snow flies, as when the sun shines 20 hours a day

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