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The Economic Affairs Interim Committee (EAIC) is a joint bipartisan committee of the Montana Legislature that meets during the interims between legislative sessions. It conducts interim studies and generally reviews issues related to economic development. It also monitors the programs and functions of the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Labor and Industry, and Livestock, as well as the Office of the State Auditor and Insurance Commissioner and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.


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NOTE: Materials are available for a work group on limited issues related to the LMAC bill.

A work group on concerns related to a designated surveillance area for brucellosis in livestock met Feb. 11 and March 8. The group reported back to the EAIC at its March 30-31 meeting. Background information: Mar. 8 agenda; MEPA Legal Opinion; Feb. Agenda; Letters; APHIS Concept Paper; Response to Farm Bureau; Herd Range Map; Rancher Comments; Other State DSAs; Equal Treatment Opinion (draft); Fiscal Info; Beartooth Letter and Memo; Idaho Letter; Nebraska email; elk-wolf report; Letter to Board; Interagency Bison Management Plan; Wyoming DSA Map; Letter to Committee; and Q/A.


Materials handed out or sent in advance for meetings are available on the Meeting Page.

Assigned Studies

Publications and Rule Review


Related Links

Links to Brucellosis-related issues:
--Wyoming Designated Surveillance Area map outline
--Wyoming Brucellosis Management website
--Idaho Dept. of Agriculture brucellosis website
--Interagency Bison Management Plan website, 2010 report


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PO Box 201706
Helena, MT 59620-1706
Phone: (406) 444-3064
Fax: (406) 444-3036



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