Governor Bullock Signs Bill to Protect Montana's Outdoor Recreation Economy

May 19, 2017

Legislation will provide significant funding for the state's fight against invasive species

Montana Governor Steve Bullock today signed into law Senate Bill 363 to provide significant funding to prevent and control aquatic invasive species and to establish the Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Pass.

"Montana's outdoor recreation economy depends on the health of our clean air and clean water - especially our rivers, streams, and lakes," said Governor Bullock. "This bipartisan legislation is critical to our continued success in the prevention and management of the threats posed by aquatic invasive species to our outdoor way of life."

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