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The 24th Governor of Montana - attorney by profession, and a Democrat by party affiliation.
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GOP legislators to battle with Bullock over increased ...


... state spending HELENA – As Gov. Steve Bullock and legislative Republicans get down to crafting the state budget, they’ll do battle over a two-year, $11.5 billion spending proposal from the governor, crammed full of some big increases for health care, schools, state colleges, public employee compensation and infrastructure. Bullock, a Democrat, acknowledges that he’s asking for some substantial spending increases, including approval of $750 million in federal funds for expanding Medicaid, the health insurance program for the poor. Yet he says with the ...


Democrat Steve Bullock sworn in as 24th governor


HELENA (AP) — Steve Bullock took office Monday as the state’s 24th governor, promising to build bipartisan bridges and do “amazing things” to improve the state. The former attorney general was sworn in with his lieutenant governor, former National Guard commander John Walsh, and other statewide officeholders. Bullock, 46, grew up just a few blocks from the governor’s mansion before launching a legal career that landed him in the attorney general’s office four years ago. He left after one-term to run for a governor’s office being vacated by the ...


Bullock’s choice of Hagener for FWP a good one


On Friday, Gov.-elect Steve Bullock announced he was bringing back Jeff Hagener to run Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and a collective sigh of relief could be heard from livestock producers, hunters and anglers across the state. Bullock’s choice to head FWP was highly anticipated after it became clear he wasn’t going to keep outgoing director Joe Maurier, who took over the post in 2008. Hagener is a familiar face to many around the state. He was the agency’s director from 2000 to 2008, being appointed by Gov. Judy Martz, a Republican, and held on to when Gov. Brian ...



 
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