HELENA, Mont. — The Montana Supreme Court ruled that the state’s political practices agency was justified in dismissing an ethics complaint that claimed the agency’s deputy made statements to a radio station that constituted election advocacy. The high court found that the statements could reasonably be interpreted as a defense of a state statute.
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