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Attorney General Austin Knudsen has announced a temporary relief program to clear a driver education backlog and help Montanans who are 15 years old to get their learner’s permit and eventually a driver’s license in a timely fashion. There are an estimated 22,000 Montana students waiting to enroll so they can obtain their learner’s permit.  Students can begin scheduling appointments to start the process by taking the written exam.

State Auditor Troy Downing is working to get a middleman out of the prescription drug chain to lower prescription prices. He talked about it recently on Voices of Montana.

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