The Montana Department of Labor and Industry announced Monday the launch of its new department Web page at dli.mt.gov. In a written statement, the department said the new site will â€œimprove functionality and customer service for Montana workers, employers, contractors and taxpayers.â€ The site was designed and built in-house and is responsive. The redesign is… Continue reading Department of Labor and Industry launches new website
A fun post found its way to Gov. Steve Bullock’s page on Facebook today. In the post, the governor said that Montana is prepared for “flood, fires, zombies and the current federal government shutdown.” Cue the flashbacks to a certain emergency broadcast message that went out in Great Falls a few months back. Aside from… Continue reading Montana ready for zombies, fiscally
Montanaâ€™s Attorney General, Steve Bullock, has joined the race for governor, allowing the Internet to carry all the buzz before his real-world announcement parties.
The Montana Attorney General’s office has released a new service that allows Montanans to file a complaint against a business and search for existing complaints online.
More than 800 Montanans were among those whose credit card information was stolen last month by hackers who broke into Citibank’s servers, according to Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock.
Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock announced today that a settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against bankrupt movie rental chains Movie Gallery and Hollywood Video.
A spokesman for Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock has purchased www.bullockforgovernor.com, further evidence that Bullock may run for governor in 2012.
Attorney General Steve Bullock’s office has launched a new site, Invisible Epidemic, to teach Montanans about the “growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse.”
Online classifieds site Craigslist has dropped its Adult Services listings in the United States, apparently in response to pressure from attorneys general across the country, who sent the company a long letter Aug. 24. Montana’s attorney general, Steve Bullock, signed that letter, along with 19 other attorneys general from across the country. In a statement… Continue reading Craigslist removes ‘adult services’ category
Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock today announced an official app that lets the owners of iPod Touches, iPhones and iPads take practice driver’s ed exams on their mobile devices.