Governor signs bills requested by Havreites

Wilson dog treat bill, Melle child support bill, signed today

 

Havre Daily News/Derek Hann

Rep. Jacob Bachmeier, D-Havre, left, Paul Tuss, second from right and Keeley Wilson, right, look on as Stewart Wilson presents Gov. Steve Bullock with two bags of Keeley Wilson's Ladybug Bites dog treats. Stewart Wilson made the presentation after Bullock signed into law a bill sponsored by Bachmeier reducing licensing and registration expenses for small pet treat businesses like Keeley Wilson's.

Editor’s note: This version corrects the home town of Rep. Mary Caferro, D-Helena.

HELENA - Montana's governor was signing two bills today with ties to Havre.

Seven months after first receiving a letter from the Montana Department of Agriculture, Keeley Wilson, owner of the homemade pet treat business Ladybug Bites, watched first-hand as Gov. Steve Bullock signed House Bill 607 into law.

HB 607 was the first bill signed today by the governor.

"Are these made out of ladybugs?" Bullock asked Keeley as he signed the bill.

Stewart Wilson, Keeley's father, handed Bullock two bags of dog tr...



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