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Gov. Bullock outlines goals, challenges for year ahead

February 8, 2018View for printing

Gov. Steve Bullock, entering the second year of his final term, says the state needs more revenue to fund vital services and should stick with an expanded Medicaid program that's brought health coverage to 91,000 low-income adults in Montana.

But in a wide-ranging interview this week with MTN News about his 2018 agenda, Bullock offered few specifics on how he plans to achieve these goals.

The Democratic governor said he's "looking at" changes that could generate more tax revenue next year, but didn't indicate what form those changes may take or what he'd propose.

By Mike Dennison - MTN News ... -year-ahead
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