Montana Biennial Budget Passes House, Should Pass Senate

Saskal, Rich
March 2005
Bond Buyer;3/23/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32096, p32
Trade Publication
Reports that Montana's 2005-2007 biennial budget has passed the House and has moved to the Senate. Proposal by Governor Brian Schweitzer of a $2.76 billion general fund budget for the biennium; Efforts touted by House Democratic Leader Dave Wanzenreid which his party made to trim spending out of the budget proposal; Authorization by the state of some new general obligation bonds under some bills that have cleared the House appropriations committee.


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