In the last year or so, women across Montana may have started getting letters urging them to get MRIs instead of mammograms when it comes to breast cancer screenings. How come? Should women be concerned?
Last week Governor Steve Bullock was mocked as the "out of towner" governor. This week, he's calling it quits. Bullock is officially ending his presidential race. And he's not running for the US Senate either. (According to a spokesperson at least)
Was he ever afraid during his recent trip into the Chinese countryside? Well, they did get stopped by the "pig police," as Molnar tells us. But don't worry, he's not using a defamatory slang for law enforcement...find out more about that story, and more, in the audio below:
I remember this tweet from early October by Matt Volz with the Associated Press. He was pointing out, at the time, that Governor Steve Bullock (D-MT) had been outside the state of Montana for "68 of the last 130 days." It was all due to Bullock's presidential pipe dream, of course.
I know a lot of you will be travelling on and around the Thanksgiving holiday and Thanksgiving weekend here in Montana. If so, stay tuned to Montana Talks. We'll have a great lineup for you on through to the weekend.
Oh, that's right. The folks on the Left marketing fake meat are some of the same folks offering up this nothing burger of an impeachment inquiry. They're telling you they've got a Whopper, but it's really just "whomp, whomp, whomp."
OK Bozeman High School. So you say you have a policy that students are not allowed to discriminate. So, if a group of students are trying to kick a club off campus because of their beliefs- does that make them guilty of discrimination?
In addition to answering questions from listeners all across Montana, Dr. Sears also talked about some big news: SCL Health, which has hospitals in Billings (St. Vincent), Miles City (Holy Rosary), and Butte (St. James) is now expanding to Bozeman and Lewistown.