Attempt to hit visiting cyclists with $25 tax defeated by Montana state legislature

Amendment proposed in unrelated bill removed by Montana House committee

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A Montana House committee has killed an amendment to senate bill 363 that would have charged visiting cyclists a $25 fee to ride in the state.

Originally introduced by the Republican Bozeman State Senator Scott Sales, the Montana State Natural Resources Committee held a hearing regarding the bill, removing the provision in a unanimous, bi-partisan vote.

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