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Shaylee Ragar and Tim Pierce 

Legislative Roundup – Week 13

Lawmakers Advance Bills to Study Tax Structure, Prohibit Local Gun Ordinances, Streamline Missing Persons Cases and Penalize Hunters Who Abuse Animal Location Data

 

April 11, 2019



UM Legislative News Service

University of Montana School of Journalism

HELENA -- The House of Representatives passed a bill last week that calls for studying Montana’s tax structure in the face of quickly shifting economics and demographics.

Rep. Alan Redfield, R-Livingston, is carrying House Joint Resolution 35, which would ask the Legislature to create an interim revenue and transportation committee to conduct the study. It would also include a subcommittee of non-legislative members, like business owners or tax experts. The bill passed the House on a 94-3 vote Friday.

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