By MATT VOLZ and BOBBY CAINA CALVAN - Associated Press Shares
Gov. Steve Bullock told the Bozeman Daily Chronicle editorial board on Thursday that lawmakers could look at new revenue streams if he called a special session, but he doesn't want to call one if Republican lawmakers aren't in agreement.
"I have deep concerns about cuts that will ultimately increase the cost of education and reduce services Montanans depend on like health care, child protection services and public safety," Gov. Steve Bullock said in a statement. "I will be reviewing these recommendations in the next days and weeks, but it remains my hope that both Democrats and Republicans will continue to work with me to find more responsible solutions."