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Holly Michels

Sioux City Journal

Helena, MT, United States

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Past articles by Holly:

Montana governor signs bills restricting access to abortions

The bills Gov. Greg Gianforte signed include a ban on abortions after 20 weeks' gestational age. → Read More

Montana House votes down right-to-work bill

House Bill 251 was carried by Rep. Caleb Hinkle, R-Belgrade. → Read More

Montana reports 155 new COVID-19 cases; 1,565

Phillips County, which reported its first case this week, now has 21 active cases. → Read More

Montana reports 82 new COVID-19 cases, 1,484 active

The state reported adding 82 new laboratory-confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus on Tuesday, with 1,484 active. → Read More

Montana adds 60 new COVID-19 cases, 1,516 active

The state reported adding 60 cases of the novel coronavirus on Monday, with 1,516 active. → Read More

State adds 153 cases of COVID-19, reaches 60 deaths

Four people have died from COVID-19 over the last 24 hours in Big Horn County. → Read More

Montana adds 153 cases of COVID-19, reaches 60 deaths

Four people have died from COVID-19 over the last 24 hours in Big Horn County. → Read More

State adds 56 new COVID-19 cases Monday

It's been one month since the state moved into the second phase of a gradual reopening June 1. → Read More

As some retail shops re-open, state adds 1 COVID-19 case

That brings the cumulative number of cases in the state to 449, and the number of recoveries to 352. → Read More

399 COVID-19 cases in Montana, 7 deaths

Montana reached 399 known COVID-19 cases on Tuesday. → Read More

227 COVID-19 cases in Montana, 5 deaths

Gallatin County still has by more than double the most cases in the state, at 85. → Read More

2 new COVID-19 cases in Montana

Bullock's executive order follows similar steps taken by most of the state's largest counties, as well as smaller ones, though there were notable holdouts like Cascade County. → Read More

Lawmakers hear debate on idea of annual sessions

Lawmakers this week are weighing in on the idea of moving to annual legislative sessions. → Read More

Montana puts $1.3M toward updating county voting machines

The Montana Secretary of State's office announced Tuesday more than $1.3 million in money for counties to update their voting equipment. → Read More

State's reinsurance plan approved; aims to lower premiums

The federal government on Friday approved the state's plan to implement a reinsurance program. → Read More

Bullock campaign says it raised $2 million

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock's campaign for president said Friday it has raised more than $2 million since he joined the race in mid-May. → Read More

Out of the debates, Bullock makes his own way in Iowa town hall

Left off the debate stage and behind better-known candidates in the polls, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock instead tried to connect with Iowa caucus voters Wednesday in a televised town hall. → Read More

Audit report raises concerns with effectiveness of prescription drug registry

An audit of the state's prescription drug registry found several issues that hinder the system, making it not as useful as it could be in identifying misuse and abuse of → Read More

Bullock says he's qualified for 2nd debates; plans town halls during 1st he'll miss

As Montana Gov. Steve Bullock plans to make the most of being excluded from the first Democratic presidential primary debates at the end of the month, his campaign said Tuesday → Read More

Rosendale running for Montana's U.S. House seat in 2020

State Auditor Matt Rosendale, a Republican, said Monday he's running for Montana's open U.S. House seat. → Read More