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Governor signs Wilson, Melle bills on pet treats, child support


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.

HELENA - During the 2019 legislative session two Havre women made their voices heard in Helena, and Gov. Steve Bullock signed into law Tuesday two bills they requested.

Havreite Keeley Wilson, owner of Ladybug Bites, and Andrea Melle, divorced mother of two adults with autistism spectrum disorders spoke to their local representative about the bills that they wanted to see in the Legislature.

Rep. Jacob Bachmeier introduced House Bill 607, which eliminates the cost of the licenses and lowers the product registration fee to $25 to register 20 products, if the business' annual sales are $25,...

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