Montana Lawmakers Call For Civility, Bi-Partisanship On Legislature’s Opening Day

State lawmakers filled the halls of Montana’s Capitol Monday for the first day of the 2017 legislative session. As they entered the legislative chambers for the first time, party leaders promised civil, bi-partisan work, despite upcoming fights over the direction of the state budget and policy.

Republican leadership, which holds a majority in both the House and Senate, held a press conference early in the day to outline their plans for the upcoming 90 day session.

Read the story at Montana Public Radio


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