Report from Day 39 of State Legislature: We’re close to transmittal break

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Just a short note to say hello from Helena. We have been meeting early and staying late to try and get bills acted on before transmittal break. All kinds of bills from wolf hunting and trapping to child abuse.

We will be taking a break for about five days starting this Friday. I plan to be at the Mineral County Commissioners’ room on Tuesday, March 5 around 11 a.m. if anyone would like to meet and discuss any topic. I also plan to be at the Sanders County Courthouse, weather permitting, on Wednesday, March 6 at 10 a.m. to discuss topics of interest. Please feel free to come and visit.

Please check on our activities on the Montana Legislative website.

Contact me by email:

denleylogehd14@gmail.com

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