In 2008, my predecessor Attorney General Mike McGrath published the first Montana Hospitals Report.
At a public event in Billings this afternoon, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox and leaders from the Highway Patrol introduced the new K-9 narcotic units that recently entered service across the state. “The Highway Patrol’s first-ever K-9 units are an important step forward in our ongoing efforts...
Today, Governor Steve Bullock and Attorney General Tim Fox announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (USDHS) had backed off of their threat to stop accepting Montana driver’s licenses and identification cards for certain purposes listed under the REAL ID Act.
Attorney General Tim Fox on Wednesday presented Powell County Adult Protective Services worker Janel Pliley with a plaque recognizing her as one of three Outstanding Crime Victim Advocates of the Year for 2014. Pliley was honored at an afternoon ceremony at the Powell County Courthouse in Deer Lodge.
Attorney General Tim Fox on Wednesday presented Bozeman legal advocate Kelly Erickson with a plaque recognizing her as one of three Outstanding Crime Victim Advocates of the Year for 2014. Erickson was honored at a morning ceremony at the Bozeman Public Library.
The Montana Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation and the Great Falls Police Department today announced the result of a joint operation conducted last week to locate unregistered sexual or violent offenders in Cascade County.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox issued the following statement today in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, Nos. 13-354, 13-356, that President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) violates the religious freedoms of America’s family-owned businesses:
At a ceremony this morning in Helena, the Montana Law Enforcement Academy graduated 45 new officers who will serve 24 different agencies across the state. The Montana Law Enforcement Academy is operated by the Montana Department of Justice, providing basic and advanced training for state, county, city and tribal law enforcement officers throughout the state.
A recent bout of heavy storms and mountain snow may have pushed summer back a couple of weeks in parts of the state, but Attorney General Tim Fox’s Office of Consumer Protection has already heard about door-to-door home repair scams that pop up in Montana every summer.