The 406 Political Axiom

The 406 Political Axiom

Diving deep into the political ideas that make up the Montana we know and love. From an insiders angle, host and current Representative in the Montana House, legislator Matt Regier takes you through Montana political history and into the current landscape of state politics. A show dedicated to ideas. Asking and answering the questions of how we got to be the Montana of today and where we as a state are heading. If you live in Montana, just flat out love Montana or want to be part of keeping Montana...... Montana. Then this is your show.

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March 7, 2021 30 min
Interview with Rep. Bob Phalan and chat about the Pledge in schools & property tax relief during a pandemic. Right to work debate hits the House floor, and discussion of multiple states seeing record high tax revenues after pandemic.
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Union bill making the the case for Pro-Worker, House Judiciary hears a bill on what is a hate group, and a chat with Rep. Lola Sheldon-Galloway about Red Wave, Marijuana, and should we require proof of vaccine status before we shop in public.
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Interview with Rep. Caleb Hinkle talking Right to Work legislation, When does life begin, and Garbage Collection Monopolies in Montana. Also diving into the question "Are we stupid?".
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February 15, 2021 21 min
Gov. Gianforte lifts the mask mandate but some cities and counties don't agree. New York Gov. Cuomo shows his inner compassion, the Montana Legislature hears Tax Relief bills and a sneak peak at a bill that would limit unconstitutional POTUS executive orders here in Montana.
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Governor Greg Gianforte delivers the State of the State speech, New York has a bill to enable detainment camps, overview of legislation past and present, interview with Billings Rep. Bill Mercer on public employee choice, and of course we play is it Republican or Democrat trivia.
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January 10, 2021 19 min
Congressman Rosendale's response to D.C. chaos, Governor Gianforte gets sworn in and a quick hit of a few bills introduced in the first week of the 67th Montana Legislature. A bonus game of trivia; "Is it Democrat or is it Republican?"
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Montana 67th legislative session begins Jan. 4th. A quick look at the House and Senate make up. Also a sneak peak at a few bills every Montanan should keep an eye on that will undoubtedly end up in front of a committee and the COVID restrictions for high school wrestling matches......what?!
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Genesis, Reason for the Axiom

Inaugural show explaining the reason for The 406 Political Axiom. Breaking down the reasoning behind our title and bringing a little history of the guy behind the microphone, Matt Regier. Years later they will look back and say this is where it all began.
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