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Charles Denowh

Montanas Against Tax Hikes' campaign to vote no on I-185.
Montanans Against Tax Hikes

Updated at 4:45 p.m.

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The $26.1 million campaign over whether to keep Montana's Medicaid expansion program alive by hiking the state's tobacco taxes was the most expensive ballot issue in Montana since at least 2002, and likely in state history, according to reports. 

A bill asking for the end of capital punishment was voted down.
Courtesy Two Rivers Authority

Crime victims would get expanded rights under a constitutional amendment that qualified for the Montana ballot today.