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THE RUNDOWN WITH BETH SABOE

2017 Special Session

  • Aired: 11/17/2017
  • 05:52
  • Rating: TV-G
Lower-than-expected tax revenues and a historically expensive wildfire season has forced Gov. Steve Bullock to call state lawmakers back to Helena for a special session to address budget woes. News & Public Affairs producer Beth Saboe explains the deal hammered out between Republicans and Democrats and how the future of a private prison in Shelby played a pivotal role.
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State lawmakers return to Helena for a special session to address a major budget shortage.
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