Bill would provide Montana state parks some autonomy

HELENA, Mont. — Separating “fish and wildlife” from “parks” in Montana state government is a delicate operation, one that House Bill 24 seeks to complete and one that legislators say will leave both parts stronger for it, reports the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.

Under HB 24, the newspaper explains Montana’s parks would still fall under the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, but the parks division would have its own commission.

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Rebecca Kanable

Rebecca Kanable

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