The Montana Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation and the Great Falls Police Department today announced the result of a joint operation this week to locate unregistered sexual or violent offenders.
With the launch of Montana’s health insurance exchange this week, the Office of Consumer Protection at the state Department of Justice is offering tips to help Montanans avoid identity theft scams related to medical services and health insurance products.
Today, Attorney General Tim Fox appointed Lieutenant Colonel Tom Butler as chief of the Montana Highway Patrol. The appointment to chief is accompanied by a promotion to the rank of colonel. Butler, a native of Clancy, is a graduate of Montana State University and has been...
This afternoon, Attorney General Tim Fox issued the following statement regarding Interior Secretary Sally Jewell’s order that the Bureau of Indian Affairs reconsider its decision denying the Little Shell band of the Chippewa Tribe federal recognition:
Attorney General Fox recently urged the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to place restrictions on the advertising and ingredients of the popular, highly-addictive product electronic cigarettes (“e-cigarettes”), and prohibit its sale to minors.
Several new public safety laws will take effect in Montana beginning October 1. The measures, which were a priority of Attorney General Tim Fox during the 2013 legislative session, passed with overwhelming bi-partisan support.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced it has addressed issues raised in letter from the National Association of Attorneys General which encouraged the agency to affix a “black box warning” to opioid analgesics warning of the risks of narcotic use during pregnancy.
Today, the Attorney General’s Office appealed Judge G. Todd Baugh’s sentence in the Stacey Rambold case. The appeal was filed with the Montana Supreme Court.