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An overcast day in Helena, the Legislature has been hashing-out hot button topics like sage grouse protection and concealed carry in the House chamber before the second reading of SB 241.

One more hurdle

Senate Bill 241 is now heading to the Gov. Steve Bullock's desk after making it past the third reading on the House floor with a vote of 71-29 on April 9 and past the second reading at the Montana House of Representatives by a vote of 75-24 on April 8. 

Gallatin County Commissioners officially amended this document to allow the Saunders Advertising Inc. billboard, which was erected before these regulations were put in place, to stay in place.

The sign stays

Despite officially submitted protests from 29 qualified landowners in the North Gallatin Canyon Zoning District, Gallatin County Commissioners finalized their decision on Feb. 26 to allow a billboard owned by Saunders Outdoor Advertising, Inc to stay put.

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