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2013 MACo Legislation & Associated Resolutions


MACo legislation and associated resolutions for the 63rd Legislative Session.  Please note that bill information will be posted as it becomes available.

MACo Bill Statuses
Res. No. Res. Short Title Bill LC Requestor/Sponsor Bill Short Title Action
2010-01 Amending the Interagency Bison Management Plan --- --- --- --- ---
2010-09 Interim Zoning SB 105 1063 Taylor Brown Revise interim zoning laws (S) Died in Process*
2010-13 Mobile Home Disposal HB 192 0542 Roger A Hagan Revise laws related to mobile home transfer and taxes Chapter Number Assigned
2010-17 Food Safety Compliance --- --- --- --- ---
2010-19 Statutory Continuation and Improvement of Tax Increment Financing SB 239 0734 Edward Buttrey Generally revise tax increment financing districts Chapter Number Assigned
2010-22 Technology Districts --- 0735 Edward Buttrey Allow Montana businesses to participate in technology districts Draft Died in Process*
2012-01 Automatic Re-Registration of Absentee Ballots HB 510 0496 Pat Ingraham Eliminate requirement for annual absentee forms Chapter Number Assigned
2012-02 Board of Adjustment Appeals --- --- --- --- ---
2012-03 Commissioner District Redistricting HB 164 1413 Amanda Curtis Revise county commissioner district laws related to time periods Chapter Number Assigned
2012-04 County Elected Official Vacancies SB 132 1172 Greg Jergeson Revise statutory dates related to filling mid-term county elected office Chapter Number Assigned
2012-05 EMS Council Run Review --- --- --- --- ---
2012-06 Equipment Auction Limits HB 371 1286 Pat Ingraham Revise county public auction laws Chapter Number Assigned
2012-07 Fuel Tax Bid Limits HB 194 1145 Pat Ingraham Revise gasoline and vehicle fuel tax fund laws Chapter Number Assigned
2012-08 Interim Appointments HB 193 1055 Roger Hagan Authorize interim appointments of county elected officials Chapter Number Assigned
2012-09 Justice Court Filing Fees HB 206 1064 Kelly Flynn Increase justice court filing fees Chapter Number Assigned
2012-10 Legal Holidays HB 325 0736 Keith Regier Revising local government legal holiday laws Chapter Number Assigned
2012-11 Livestock Assessment Date SB 72 0724 Debby Barrett Revise the livestock per-capita assessment date Chapter Number Assigned
2012-12 Medical Marijuana Ordinance Authority n/a n/a n/a n/a Bill not needed--current law stands.
2012-13 MT Land Information Act Funding n/a n/a n/a n/a Not going forward.
2012-14 Noxious Weed Act Compliance SB 301 1315 Terry Murphy Revise noxious weed laws Chapter Number Assigned
2012-15 Open Cut Permit Fees SB 234 0915 Jim Peterson Provisional permits for gravel pits (S) Missed Deadline for General Bill Transmittal*
SB 332 1261 Bruce Tutvedt Generally revise open-cut laws Chapter Number Assigned
Replacement for SB 234, Provisional permits for gravel pits (Jim Peterson)
2012-16 Overweight Permit Fees HB 216 1104 Alan Doane Revise laws related to distribution of overweight and oversize permit fees (S) Died in Standing Committee*
2012-17 Public Safety Communications System --- 1296 Steve Lavin Revise public safety communication laws Draft Died in Process*
2012-18 School Zone Speed Limits SB 161 1353 Mitch Tropila Revise school zone speeding laws for state highways Chapter Number Assigned
2012-19 Special Use Fuel Permit Bond SB 116 0156 Ron Arthun Revise special fuel user permit requirements on local government projects Chapter Number Assigned
2012-20 State Agency Coordination HB 326 0441 Kelly Flynn Require state coordination with local governments when requested (H) Missed Deadline for General Bill Transmittal*
2012-EC1
(Exec-Comm. Approved)
Publication Notice HB 258 1523 Bridget Smith Revise local government laws related to public notice Chapter Number Assigned

* after a status indicates the bill is probably dead:"Probably Dead" is a Bill Progress Category and is assigned to those bills that have been voted down or missed a transmittal deadline and to those bill drafts that have been canceled. To revive a bill that is "probably dead" typically requires a supermajority vote (usually a 2/3 vote) by the House or Senate.