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By Mark Muir
Missoula, Mont. 

Public Safety in jeopardy with Large tax cuts.

 

February 13, 2020



For communities and businesses to prosper, they must be safe. From the 9-1-1 call through to the arrest, conviction and incarceration of felony offenders, Montana citizens rely on state funded public safety and justice programs to support that goal. I’m dismayed to read about Greg Gianforte’s proposed tax cut on Public Safety of 30%. If Montanans see such cuts in the next biennium there will be serious consequences to public safety across the state.

We can’t all afford to provide our own security and safety like those with Gianforte’s wealth. Taxes are the way individuals combine...



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