The Latest from the Montana Legislature
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives rejected an attempt to revive a bonding measure that would pay for public school building projects, university buildings on 3 campuses, and help the Southwest Montana Veterans Home break ground. Representative Mike Cuffe, R-Eureka, offered a technical motion to suspend the rules to reconsider his House Bill 645 . It failed April 6 , 2017 to get the votes necessary to be transmitted to the Senate.
- Democratic Congressional Committee Makes Six Figure Donation To Quist Campaign
- 'March For Science' Events Planned Across Montana
- Trump Jr. Arrives In Montana To Campaign For Greg Gianforte
- Legislature Passes $10.3 Billion Two-year State Budget
- Legislature Passes Bill To Fund Capital Projects, Veterans’ Home
Latest Episodes Of
The 65th Session of the Montana Legislature is winding down, but there are pieces yet to be put into place before lawmakers can adjourn. Senate Majority Leader Fred Thomas, R-Stevensville, talks about the negotiations taking place with the Governor to bring this session to a close.
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