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A group reviewing transparency in health care pricing will consider the types of information that might be most useful to consumers when it meets in Helena on Feb. 16.

The Education Interim Committee will meet Monday-Tuesday, January 22-23, 2018, in Helena at the state Capitol, Room 137. An agenda is on the committee website.

The Joint Subcommittee on the Changing Economy and Impacts to the Long-Term Viability of Montana’s Tax Structure will meet at 1 p.m. on Jan. 17 in Room 152 of the State Capitol Building.

The coal outlook  is just one of several issues on the agenda for the Environmental Quality Council (EQC) at its meeting Jan. 17-18. The bipartisan panel of legislators and public members meets in room 172 of the Capitol starting at 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 17.

The Water Policy Interim Committee identified exempt groundwater wells as one of its study issues for the 2017-2018 interim. The committee meets Jan. 8-9 in room 172 of the Capitol in Helena.

The Legislative Audit Committee (LAC) will meet Tuesday, December 12-13, 2017, in room 172 of the state Capitol building in Helena. Legislative Audit Committee to review Department of Public Health and Human Services, The Montana University System including the Commissioner’s Office,...

The Revenue and Transportation Interim Committee meets next on December 5 in Room 137 of the Capitol in Helena beginning at 8 a.m.

Along with undertaking standard agency reviews of three state agencies at its Nov. 7, 2017, meeting, the Economic Affairs Interim Committee (EAIC) will begin work on two of its three assigned studies. The EAIC will devote a full day on Nov. 8 to the third study, which is on workers’...

The legal landscape facing the use of exempt groundwater wells has changed over the last 3 years, and the Water Policy Interim Committee plans to survey the new playing field. WPIC begins its two-day meeting at 10 a.m. on Oct. 9 in room 172 of the state Capitol building in Helena.

The Economic Affairs Interim Committee of the Legislature voted at its Sept. 14 meeting to devote a major portion of the next 12 months to studying the future of Montana State Fund.

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