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Former Montana Sen. Conrad Burns, a former cattle auctioneer whose folksy demeanor and political acumen earned him three terms and the bitter disdain of his opponents, died Thursday.
 he was ousted from office in 2006 under the specter of scandal after developing close ties to "super-lobbyist" Jack Abramoff, who was later jailed for conspiracy and fraud.
The network eventually grew to serve 31 radio and TV stations across Montana and Wyoming, offering agricultural news to rural areas.
Before his first term was completed, Burns took on incumbent U.
An envelope containing a suspicious white powdery substance caused a scare when it was opened at a campaign office of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, but it later was deemed to be harmless.
Trump, the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, has been criticized by some political rivals and voters for his comments on topics including women, refugees and immigrants, such as when he said some Mexican immigrants in the U.
The Obama administration is proposing a rule that would prohibit federal agencies from asking certain job applicants questions about criminal and credit history until a conditional offer of employment has been made.
The administration said that early inquiries about criminal history can unnecessarily narrow the pool of qualified candidates and make it that much harder for those with criminal histories to support themselves and their families.
President Barack Obama had already directed the government's personnel office to wait until later in the hiring process to ask about criminal histories.
By RICK M. GREEN Capitol Bureau firstname.lastname@example.orgGov. Mary Fallin signed into law Thursday a bill saying judges may award attorney fees to people whose assets were unjustly seized by law enforcement.
Other more far-reaching legislation seeking to restrict civil asset forfeiture failed to advance this legislative session under criticism from district attorneys and police agencies.
"It's nice to show positive movement in this area," said Sen.
By Jaclyn Cosgrove Staff Writer email@example.comThousands of low-income Oklahomans with mental illnesses and substance use disorders will have less access to the care they need, a result of cuts approved Thursday at a special state Medicaid board meeting.
The Oklahoma Health Care Authority board approved cuts Thursday that limit how much therapy Medicaid members can receive.