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Legislative Fiscal Division Chart - FYE 2015 Expenditures II

Posted Date: 
August 12, 2015

This week's chart is another chart on FYE 2015 general fund expenditures by major governmental function.  To see the chart, follow the link below.

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Legislative Fiscal Division Chart - FYE 2015 Expenditures

Posted Date: 
August 5, 2015

This week's chart is on FYE 2015 general fund expenditures by expenditure type.  To see the chart, follow the link below.

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August Issue of 2015-2016 Interim Newsletter

Posted Date: 
August 3, 2015

The August 2015 issue of The Interim, the monthly newsletter of legislative activities between sessions, is now available. The newsletter contains information on upcoming legislative meetings, as well as reports on recent activities.

Earlier issues of the newsletter -- dating back to 2001 -- are available on the Legislative Branch website.

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July Issue of 2015-2016 Interim Newsletter Now Online

Posted Date: 
July 1, 2015

The July 2015 issue of The Interim, the monthly newsletter of legislative activities, is now available online. This issue contains information on committee meetings, past and future, plus an article on school funding efforts, past and future.  Click the link below to access the newsletter.

Earlier issues of the newsletter -- dating back to 2001 -- are available on the Interim Newsletter page.

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First Issue of 2015-2016 Interim Newsletter Now Online

Posted Date: 
May 29, 2015

Publication of The Interim, the monthly newsletter of legislative activities, has resumed. The June 2015 issue is now available online. The newsletter contains information on:

  • appointment of legislators to interim committees;
  • assignment of interim studies to the various committees; and
  • upcoming meetings of the interim committees.

Earlier issues of the newsletter -- dating back to 2001 -- are available on the Interim Newsletter page.

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Understanding Energy in Montana

Posted Date: 
August 7, 2014
Contact: 
Sonja Nowakowski, Research Analyst, Legislative Environmental Policy Office, Montana State Legislature

The Energy and Telecommunications Interim Committee (ETIC) has just released a publication to assist the public in learning about energy issues in Montana.

Energy & Telecommunications Interim Committee Request for Comment

Posted Date: 
July 23, 2014
Contact: 
Sonja Nowakowski, ETIC Staff

The Energy and Telecommunications Interim Committee (ETIC) in July approved a revised draft report and a draft bill on the RPS and a second draft bill on a telecommunications topic in order to seek public comment. The ETIC accepted public comment on the draft RPS report in June. During the ETIC's July meeting, however, committee members revised the report and adopted a set of findings and recommendations. The comment period ends August 20. Please submit comments to snowakowski@mt.govor mail them to the ETIC at P.O. Box 201706, Helena, MT 59620-1706.

Legislative Fiscal Division Chart - Digital Academy

Posted Date: 
July 2, 2014

This week's chart created by the Legislative Fiscal Division is on the Montana Digital Academy.  The chart shows the number of students that enrolled and completed courses through the Montana Digital Academy.  To see the chart, follow the link below.

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New Report: A Citizen's Guide to Montana Energy Law

Posted Date: 
June 26, 2014
Contact: 
Sonja Nowakowski, ETIC Staff

The Energy and Telecommunications Interim Committee (ETIC) has just completed a publication to assist the public in learning about energy issues in Montana.

Legislative Fiscal Division Chart - K-12 Graduation Rates

Posted Date: 
June 25, 2014

This week's chart from the Legislative Fiscal Division shows K-12 graduation rates for Montana and on the national level.  The formula used to calculate the graduation rate in Montana changed in 2011, so the line for Montana shows a break to further depict that change.  To see the chart, follow the link below.

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