Montana Senate Endorses $98M Infrastructure Bill
The bill would pay for public works and building projects with bonds.
According to a report, the Montana Senate has endorsed a $98 million infrastructure bill that would pay for public works and building projects with bonds.
The House will vote to authorize $33 million in state debt, while removing building projects.
Senate bill sponsor Eric Moore says the proposal is a reasonable and disciplined use of debt to fix state buildings and water and sewer systems that need repair. Some Republicans, according to the report, are reluctant to put the state into debt to pay for infrastructure.