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One-third of Montana municipalities to review local governments after primary vote

In addition, 12 counties will undergo reviews as part of a once-in-a-decade voter initiative.

Over the next two years, dozens of cities and counties across Montana will review their local governments as called for by a voter initiative in Tuesday's primary elections.

Once a decade, Montana's Constitution offers voters the chance to study and potentially change the structure of local governments. The measure appeared on primary ballots across all counties and incorporated cities or towns in the state.

Voters in 12 counties and 42 cities and towns approved local government reviews on Tuesday. That's about one-third of incorporated municipalities in the state and one-fifth of counties. Da...


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