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Montana Governor Bullock approves six bills to cover $227 million gap in Montana budget, vetoes two others

November 25, 2017View for printing

Gov. Steve Bullock gave approval Friday to six bills passed during last week's special legislative session, which will most of the state's $227 million budget gap.

The Democratic governor also vetoed two Republican-backed bills, including one that would have saved $15 million by requiring certain state employees to take furloughs. The other vetoed bill would have authorized the insurance commissioner to apply for health-care innovation waivers.

By Jonathan Ambarian - MTN News ... -two-others
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