News Archives for May 2020
The committee will review draft legislation and continue various study topics in July.
The Revenue Interim Committee met May 20, 2020, via video conference to consider sending letters about the revenue and budget impacts of Covid-19.
One letter was addressed to the governor. A second letter was directed to the governor and budget director. The third letter was to Montana's Congressional delegation. All letters are posted on the ...
The Law and Justice Interim Committee (LJIC) will meet on May 29 via video conference. In the morning, the LJIC will hear from 4 national experts in pretrial decisionmaking and managing detention center populations.
The HJ 35 Tax Study Committee, a subcommittee of the Revenue Interim Committee, continued its study of the state and local tax system in a video meeting on May 13. The three topics for the meeting were rescheduled from the cancelled March meeting: property tax, individual income tax, and corporate income tax.
The committee concluded ...
The Children, Families, Health, and Human Services Interim Committee requested bill drafts related to three of its interim studies after hearing additional study-related information at videoconference meetings in May.
Meanwhile, members decided to wrap a fourth study -- involving prenatal drug use -- by recommending that the 2021-22 interim committee review the results of work currently being ...
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