Signature gathering continues to put Constitutional Initiative 121 on the November ballot for voters to decide. It concerns residential property taxes and a proponent was on Voices of Montana Tuesday. From Senate District 28, State Senator Brad Molnar.
401(K) 2012/Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) A state judge has ruled a new law requiring Montana’s Attorney General to warn voters if a proposed ballot initiative would hurt businesses does not apply to ones that would amend the state constitution. Northern News Network’s Eric Young reports.
With signature gathering continuing to put Constitutional Initiative 121 on the ballot both sides of the issue are ramping up their public appeals. Working for its adoption former state legislator Matthew Monforton said this recently on Voices of Montana.
People against proposed Constitutional Initiative 121 which would cap the rate of increase in residential property taxes are speaking out with reasons it should not be passed by Montana voters. Beaverhead County Commissioner Mike McGinley did recently on Voices of Montana.
Signature gathering continues to put Constitutional Initiative 121 on the November ballot for voters to decide on. Former state legislator Mathew Monforton one of the leaders of the CI-121 ballot initiative recently on Voices of Montana explained why his group feels this will help alleviate the growing property tax burden.
Signature gathering continues for Constitutional Initiative 121 and if enough are gathered voters will decide. Matthew Monforton, a former state legislator and one of its proponents, explained on Voices of Montana Monday what it is intended to do.
A constitutional initiative that would cap the rate of growing property taxes may be on the midterm ballot. It has some Montanans worrying that would have certain unwanted consequences. Matthew Monforton is a proponent for CI-121 and said on Voices of Montana recently this would not be the case. https://northernbroadcasting.com/wp-content/upl...