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HOUSE BILL NO. 515
INTRODUCED BY L. GRINDE, C. SWYSGOOD, C. AHNER, J. BARNETT, T. BECK, E. BERGSAGEL, P. BERGSAGEL, A. BISHOP, S. BOOKOUT-REINICKE, M. BRAINARD, R. BROWN, J. COBB, M. COLE, B. CRIPPEN, B. DEPRATU, G. DEVLIN, S. FISHER, D. FUCHS, D. GRIMES, M. HANSON, D. HARGROVE, J. HARP, D. HEDGES, J. HERTEL, D. MCGEE, J. MERCER, B. MOLNAR, D. MOOD, K. OHS, B. RANEY, B. SIMON, P. SLITER, R. SOMERVILLE, M. SPRAGUE, B. TASH, M. TAYLOR, F. THOMAS, J. WITT
AN ACT PROVIDING FOR AN INTERIM STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF COMPETITION BY STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR; AND PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE DATE.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MONTANA:
Section 1. Study of government competition with private sector. The legislative council shall designate an appropriate legislative interim committee to study the issue of government competition by political subdivisions of this state with the private sector. The study may include an examination of the impact on the private sector of the provision of goods, services, manufacturing, construction, and maintenance and repair by governmental entities in this state and an examination of the feasibility and desirability of privatizing the sale of goods, specific services, manufacturing, construction, and maintenance and repair activities conducted by political subdivisions. The appropriate committee shall prepare for submission to the 57th legislature a report of its findings and any recommendations or proposed legislation.
Section 2. Effective date. [This act] is effective on passage and approval.
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