There has been a lot of discussion in Montana recently about public lands and whether the state should pursue taking over ownership of national forests and other federal lands. As a member of Montana’s Board of Land Commissioners, the body charged with managing our state lands including, presumably, any federal lands moved to state ownership, I strongly oppose any such takeover.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen announced this month the launch of the online Electronic Filing Depository (EFD) to make it faster and easier for securities issuers to file certain documents and pay fees – and for the public to inspect the same documents.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana will pay $1 million in response to hundreds of customer complaints handled this year by Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen and her office.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen reminded Montanans Thursday that insurance companies can charge them 50 percent more if they smoke.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen was elected president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, a national organization that fights for states’ rights in insurance regulation and sets national standards for insurance companies.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen today announced her effort to allow home and auto insurance companies to lower costs for military men and women in Montana.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen issued a warning Thursday to Montana Medicare beneficiaries to be on the lookout for scams that can pop up during Medicare open enrollment.
A Billings retiree who spent the last year educating hundreds of Montana senior citizens about the signs of investment fraud was awarded today a Montana Consumer Investor Protection Award.
As thousands across the state prepare for a statewide earthquake drill tomorrow, Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen reminds Montanans not to assume their homeowner’s insurance policy will cover damage caused by an earthquake. It probably doesn’t.
Montanans struggling to pay for the expensive drugs required to treat multiple sclerosis, cancer and other diseases could see dramatic savings next year thanks to a change in the way most Montana insurance companies cover prescription drugs.