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Supporters of a bonding bill are working to turn 4 “no” votes to “yes” in order to advance Senate Bill 367 out of the House of Representatives. Bonding is the last major issue remaining before the 2017 Montana Legislature. Representatives gave Senate Bill 367 a preliminary 63-to-37 vote last evening. However, the bill will need at least 67 votes on its 3 rd and final reading to advance it back to the Senate because of changes to the bill. Passage is expected to expedite the the conclusion of the 2017 Legislative session.
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