Washington D.C. Won’t Let in Montana Officials

The conversation above between MDG Publisher Jordan Hall and Public Service Commissioner Randy Pinocci explains the tyranny imposed by the Mayor of D.C. towards Montana Officials.

Editor’s note
: The article that Jordan Hall, Publisher of Montana Daily Gazette, was referring to in the interview concerning fact-checking and Washington State was another article published by MDG and which you can read here. The interview above is concerning Washinton D.C..

Public Service Commissioner Randy Pinocci released the following information via a phone call to Montana Daily Gazette.

Dear Colleagues,

“I inquired of NARUC today as to what the ‘health requirements’ are for attending the Washington D.C. conference.

Here is the answer they gave.

“Hello, Chairman Brown. NARUC will follow the District of Columbia Mayor’s orders, which currently include mask-wearing and, as of January 15, 2022, ‘proof of vaccinations’ for indoor gatherings, including conferences. It is certainly possible these requirements will change prior to the start of NARUC’s meeting on February 13, but these are the current rules.

Thank you,


In a nutshell, the Public Service Meeting which PSC Randy Pinnoci aimed to attend is now requiring full ‘proof of vaccination.’

Public Service Commissioner has called Montana State Congressional Representative Rosendale with his concerns as to the information above.


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