Political practices head rules against predecessor
May 1, 2014
HELENA (AP) — The commissioner of political practices has found that one of his predecessors violated Montana campaign practices laws.
But Commissioner Jonathan Motl says there is no way to enforce Thursday's decision against David Gallik.
Gallik was commissioner from May 2011 to January 2012. During that time, Gallik signed a tax form as the treasurer for a political group called Council for a Sustainable America.
Motl says Montana law prevents the commissioner from participating in any political activity.
(Full story in Friday's Havre Daily News.)