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Sat Jul 23, 2016, 12:55 PM

Montana governor proposes tax waivers, credits for businesses

HELENA Gov. Steve Bullock is proposing a tax-relief program for businesses that includes waivers and credits that he will present to the 2017 Montana Legislature if he is re-elected.

The tax plan is meant to encourage companies to grow and to create higher-wage jobs in Montana, an issue that his Republican opponent, Greg Gianforte, has hammered on in his campaign to unseat the Democratic incumbent.

Bullock was in Billings to promote the plan Wednesday, after stopping at businesses in Great Falls and Bozeman on Tuesday.

The plan will "make it easier for businesses all across the state to grow and expand and create good-paying jobs, putting more hard-working Montanans to work and further strengthen an already strong economy," Bullock said.

Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/montana-governor-proposes-tax-waivers-credits-for-businesses/article_131a84e4-5612-53c9-88dc-fbc7fbe438a9.html

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TexasTowelie Jul 2016 OP
Wellstone ruled Jul 2016 #1

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Sat Jul 23, 2016, 01:19 PM

1. What the hay!

This Guy wants to out do Brownback? Montana is defendant on the Extraction Industry period. Bozeman has a very small Tech community and Tourism is their major thing. This is going to be very interesting,seems to me they are having one heck of a time finding revenue the way it is.

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