Cost analysis performed for Montana hunting initiative

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February 1, 2010

HELENA, Montana: The Montana Legislative Analyst's office performed a cost analysis for the Montana hunting initiative that is currently in circulation for the June 18, 2010 signature filing deadline. According to the results of the analysis, The Montana Hunter Access Funding Initiative would increase state revenues over the next four years by approximately $700,000 annually for hunting access.[1]

The measure, also known as I-161, would also increase state revenues by about $1.5 million per year for habitat preservation and restoration, according to the report.

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