The Senate voted to approve the budget amendments agreed to by the House and Gov. Bullock. The Senate votes 49-1 to adjourn for the session.
Legislative leaders and the Bullock admin. were able to come to a deal on the state’s budget. It will allow legislators to wrap up their work today....
The halls of Montana’s statehouse filled with chatter Tuesday about U.S. Sen. Max Baucus’ announcement that he will not seek re-election.
The Democrat says he’s just moving on to other projects and returning home
Gov. Bullock has vetoed six bills, including a proposal to restrict bison relocation in the state and another that would end same-day voter registration.
Legislative leaders are holding on to the budget bill while they negotiate with Gov. Bullock on his proposed amendments.
SB 96 would cut business equipment taxes. SB 282 would reduce the number of tax brackets and cut tax credits to simplify Montana’s income tax system.
Some Republicans worried about Stone-Manning’s past ties to Earth First and her positions on the the livestock industry and natural resource extraction.
Democratic Sen. Max Baucus has decided to retire, Democratic officials said Tuesday.
Budget negotiations, taxes, pensions and family law mediation in today’s Daily Digest.