- Associated Press - Friday, March 24, 2017

HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The Montana House and Senate are considering parallel bills that would fund infrastructure projects through bonds. The Senate’s bill at $98 million is much higher than the $33 million being considered by the House, whose Republican members are concerned about putting the state into debt. Here is a glance at four disputed capital building projects that are contained in the Senate bill but are not in the House version.

- Montana State University Romney Hall, $25 million.

- Southwestern Montana Veterans’ Homes, Butte: $10 million.

- Montana State University Billings science and technology building addition, $5.4 million.

- Great Falls College dental hygiene addition, $5 million.

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