What Public Access To The Montana Legislature Looks Like In 2021
The way Montanans can participate in their state legislature has changed amid the coronavirus pandemic. People have more virtual access, and in-person hearings in the Capitol look different than ever before.
During a recent state budget committee meeting, House Appropriations chair Rep. Llew Jones began taking the next round of public comment.
“That ends our physical proponents. We’re now going to go to Zoom for Zoom opponents.”
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