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A bill to increase the fuel tax continues to advance down the road as the Legislative session is moving closer to adjournment. “And I find myself in the middle of Montana in the 65 th Legislative Session in a very odd position where I feel the need to quote Mick Jagger,” said Representative Frank Garner, R-Kalispell. “And that is you don’t always get what you want.”
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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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