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As House Bill 2 heads to the House floor, a look at what it would authorize
Gov. Bullock asked for $160M in infrastructure bonding. Republican legislators counter with half that. Here’s how the proposals compare.
After months of chewing on Gov. Steve Bullock’s $440 million infrastructure proposal, Republicans in the Montana Legislature have unveiled their proposal to finance university buildings, local water systems, and bridges.
HELENA — Montana lawmakers are heading home from the Capitol this week for their mid-session spring break, a milestone that represents the halfway point of the 90-day 2019 legislative session. The break also represents one of the Legislature’s key deadlines: transmittal, the point when bills that don’t propose new spending are considered dead if they haven’t passed the chamber where they were introduced.
As Montana Republicans look to make progress on infrastructure, they’re proposing a new approach, including a cap on state debt.