The Economic Affairs Interim Committee will meet Sept. 11 in Room 137 of the State Capitol to set its work plan for the 2019-2020 interim. Among the studies assigned to the committee are one on the uses of the lodging facility tax, another on meat inspections, and a third on professional and occupational licensing related to those with criminal convictions. Also to be determined are the member topics that may be included in the committee work plan.

For more information about the Sept. 11 meeting and an agenda, see the Economic Affairs Interim Committee website and click under meeting information or contact committee staff, Pat Murdo, at 406-444-3594 or at

The Legislative News.