Five to follow: Week of March 11 at the Montana Legislature

HELENA — The transmittal deadline for general bills has passed, meaning most legislation that remains is one step closer to becoming law. It also means work is piling up for lawmakers at the Montana Capitol. They will hear more than 150 bills in committees over the next six days.

Medicaid expansion, “real meat,” warrants for wildlife wardens, invasive species, and cell phone tower radiation are among the hot topics for Week 10 of the 2019 Montana Legislative Session.

All committee hearings are open to the public, and anyone can comment in favor or opposition of a bill. Alternatively, committee...


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