July 2, 2018 •
Montana Legislators to Hold Vote to Have Special Session
Ballots are being sent to Montana lawmakers to see if they would like to hold a special session this month to address concerns over ballot initiatives addressing mine regulations and tobacco taxes to extend the state’s Medicaid expansion program.
Some lawmakers have expressed concerns about the measures and would like to offer competing initiatives to give voters alternative policy choices.
The ballots are due July 15, and if the majority of lawmakers vote in favor, the special session would begin the following day.
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