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April 30, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Democratic legislators and Republican Gov. Stan Stephens compromised on a pay plan that could end a five-day strike by 5,000 Montana state workers. Stephens said he would sign the bill as soon as it reached his desk, most likely today. Striking state employees included highway patrol officers, prison guards, clerical workers and institutional attendants.
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March 24, 1995 | From Associated Press
In a quick about-face, the Montana Senate on Thursday dumped a proposal that would have required people convicted of homosexual acts to register with police, and one of its supporters apologized. On a voice vote without debate, the Senate bowed to overwhelming public criticism and deleted the provision from a sex-offender registration bill. Only a day earlier, the same body passed it 41 to 8.
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March 24, 1995 | From Associated Press
In a quick about-face, the Montana Senate on Thursday dumped a proposal that would have required people convicted of homosexual acts to register with police, and one of its supporters apologized. On a voice vote without debate, the Senate bowed to overwhelming public criticism and deleted the provision from a sex-offender registration bill. Only a day earlier, the same body passed it 41 to 8.
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May 1, 1991 | DAN BAUM, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Thousands of state employees ended a six-day strike Tuesday and returned to work, grumbling that the final agreement was negotiated by the governor and the state Legislature without the unions' participation. On the last day of its session, the Democratic-controlled Legislature passed a compromise pay bill that Republican Gov. Stan Stephens signed at 11:50 p.m. Monday.
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May 1, 1991 | DAN BAUM, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Thousands of state employees ended a six-day strike Tuesday and returned to work, grumbling that the final agreement was negotiated by the governor and the state Legislature without the unions' participation. On the last day of its session, the Democratic-controlled Legislature passed a compromise pay bill that Republican Gov. Stan Stephens signed at 11:50 p.m. Monday.
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April 30, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Democratic legislators and Republican Gov. Stan Stephens compromised on a pay plan that could end a five-day strike by 5,000 Montana state workers. Stephens said he would sign the bill as soon as it reached his desk, most likely today. Striking state employees included highway patrol officers, prison guards, clerical workers and institutional attendants.
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