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Governor Bullock Reveals Budget Proposal, Republican Speaker of the House Responds

Today, November 17, Montana Governor Steve Bullock released his proposed budget, which included 300 million dollars in grants and bonds for building infrastructure across the state, creates an early childhood education plan, and expands Medicaid coverage

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Missoula County Residents Will Likely See a 4.75 Percent Tax Increase

The Missoula County Commissioners are proposing a tax increase for county residents for the next fiscal year.

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2015 Missoula Budget Hikes Property Taxes by 2.8 Percent, Fees by 3 Percent

The city of Missoula has passed its fiscal year 2015 budget and Chief Administrative officer Bruce Bender says nearly two-thirds of that budget will go towards one type of expenditure.

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Missoula Mayor’s Budget is “Bloated” with “Handouts to Special Interests,” says City Councilman

On Wednesday, April 23, Missoula Mayor John Engen revealed his proposed budget for the city. The plan involves a 3.92 percent tax increase and a new tax district to fund police, firefighters and the courts, but not everyone is pleased with the plan.

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Unexpected Storm Breaks Missoula Snow Removal Budget

All of this February snow is causing the city of Missoula to spend a lot more money than expected on deicing and snow removal. Missoula Street Superintendent Brian Hensel says he tacked on another 60,000 dollars of extra expenses just today (February 25).

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Missoula City Budget Game Running out of Room

On Tuesday, February 11, some Missoulians will get a chance to influence the 2015 city budget by playing a budget game, however, the venue is already nearly out of room.

"We actually have over 150 people already signed up and a limit of only 200 sp

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Congresssman Steve Daines Comments on House Budget Deal

In a surprising turn of events, the U.S. House of Representatives broke its four-year streak of intransigence on budgetary matters Wednesday by passing the Ryan-Murray budget.

The bill passed with detractors on both sides and may pass the Senate too if it can gather some republican support

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Missoula City Council Passes New Budget With 3.5 Percent Tax Increase [AUDIO]

The Missoula City Council on a vote of 10 to 2 this week, passed the budget for the upcoming fiscal year, according to City Finance Officer Brent Ramharter.

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Federal Government Unexpectedly Takes Millions in Mineral Payments, Montana to Lose Over $2.5 Million

This week, March 24, news broke that the federal government would be keeping nearly $53 million in mineral payments that would normally have gone to Wyoming. It now appears that cuts could be coming to Montana as well.

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Montana Senator Fred Thomas on Bipartisanship and Budgets

The Montana state budget, currently known as House Bill two, was passed by the House in a surprising unanimous vote this month.

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