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 By Mike Lang    Opinion    November 15, 2017

Patching Revenue Holes

The special session, called by the Governor, of the 65th Legislature will begin on Tuesday, November 14th. Our local papers will be printed after this letter was written. I trust we will be able to patch the revenue holes to our state budget. Five...

 
 By Mike Lang    Opinion    June 14, 2017

Lang Details 65th Session

The 65th Montana legislature ended in late April by balancing a $10.3 billion-dollar- budget for the biennium of 2018 and 2019. My first session was in 2013, and we had about $550 million of general fund cash on hand. However, because spending was...

 

The Lang Report

The 64th Montana Legislature is almost in the books. History will formulate the decisions that were made into a true factual scenarios. I enjoyed the session. Yes there were long hours, steep learning curves, enduring decisions, and I supported and...

 

FCC Regulations Could Spell End Of Internet Freedom

Can a massive dose of old-fashioned government intervention into a freely-operating market really be trusted to ensure the Internet will continue to be an open an innovative place in the future? That’s what President Obama and the Democrat...

 

Halftime For Legislature

Hello to the Hi-Line from your Capitol in Helena. The 64th Montana Legislature is at the halfway point. The easy work has been done and the hard decisions are before us. The House and Senate leadership are working together and await the Executive...

 
 By Rep. Mike Lang    Opinion    May 22, 2013

Time Will Tell Real Progress Of 63rd Legislative Session

Well the 63rd Montana Legislative session has ended and time will tell the real progress made. At the present it is still difficult to see the true present and projected financial structure of our...

 

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