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Administrative Rules of Montana
Administrative rules are agency regulations, standards or statements of applicability that implement, interpret, or set law or policy. An agency can also adopt administrative rules that describe the organization, procedures or practice requirements of the agency.
Montana Administrative Registrar
The Montana Administrative Register (Register) is a twice-monthly publication which contains all proposed new, transferred, amended, and repealed rules, adopted rule changes, notification of hearing dates and address for written comments, attorney general's opinions, and state declaratory rulings. Using the Register enables one to determine the current status of Montana's administrative rules. It contains an accumulative table in each register which lists all rulemaking actions since updating of the ARM.
The new database for the current session provides up to date information on bills (including bill text and fiscal notes) in the Montana Legislature.
Montana Legal Research
UM Jameson Law Library webpage providing links to the Montana Constitution, laws and regulations, cases, courts rules and forms, state government, and research guides.
Montana Secretary of State Office
Information for elections and voters.