The Rundown with Beth Saboe

On the Ballot 2016 (No. 103)

In addition to high-profile races for U.S. House and Governor, Montanans will also be deciding four citizen-proposed ballot measures.
The Rundown with Beth Saboe

On The Ballot 2016

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On November 8, 2016, Montanans will be deciding four citizen-proposed ballot measures.

CI-116 is a constitutional initiative which seeks to ensure that crime victim's rights and interests are respected and protected by law. I-177 would prohibit the use of traps and snares for animals by the public on any public lands in Montana, with certain exceptions. I-181 would promote research into developing therapies and cures for brain diseases and injuries. And I-182 seeks to expand Montanans' access to medical marijuana. This episode of The Rundown presents both sides of each issue to viewers to help them make an informed decision on election day.
furs Bitterroot Stockgrowers Ag Expo

A table of furs on display at the Bitterroot Stockgrowers Ag Expo in January 2016. I-177 would ban recreational and commercial trapping on public lands with some exceptions. Credit: Montana Trappers Association

medical marijuana cannabis

A medical marijuana provider holds a strain of cannabis. I-182 would improve patient access to medical marijuana. Credit: Ben Skudlarek

lab ballot public funds grants LcLaughlin Research Institute Great Falls

McLaughlin Research Institute in Great Falls is one of several labs that would benefit from ballot initiative I-182 which seeks to set aside $200 million of public funds for grants over 10 years to pay for more biomedical research. Credit: Beth Saboe

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