Dorothy Bradley was elected to the Montana Legislature at 23-years-old. She was a successful lawmaker who went on to run for governor as a Democrat in 1992. She is now a retired attorney living in Clyde Park. She served 16 years in the Montana Legislature.
Every student of government learns about the three independent branches of government. Succinctly put, the legislative branch writes the law; the executive branch administers the law; and the judicial branch interprets the law. The key word is “independent.” I have been fortunate to work for both the legislative and judicial branches. My fifteen years in […]
2022 was the year of celebrating the 50th birthday of Montana’s Constitution – its visionary provisions and the unique bipartisan approach adopted by the citizen delegates who wrote it. Our perspective is from a combined total of more than 30 years of legislative experience under both our current Constitution, as well as the one that […]