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HOUSE BILL NO. 316
INTRODUCED BY B. RANEY, L. GROSFIELD, B. CRIPPEN, B. EGGERS, L. GRINDE, R. JABS,
C. JUNEAU, S. STANG, J. STOVALL
AN ACT DESIGNATING CERTAIN STATE PARKS AS MOST AT RISK AND AS PRIORITIES FOR THE PROTECTION, PRESERVATION, AND RESTORATION OF HISTORICAL, CULTURAL, AND NATURAL ASSETS.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MONTANA:
Section 1. Designation of certain parks as priorities for protection, preservation, and restoration. The legislature determines that the state parks assets at Chief Plenty Coups state park and Pictograph Cave state park are assets that are most at risk and vulnerable and that those assets must receive immediate priority for preservation and funding.
Section 2. Codification instruction. [Section 1] is intended to be codified as an integral part of Title 23, chapter 1, part 1, and the provisions of Title 23, chapter 1, part 1, apply to [section 1].
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