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Governor seeks help to pass $100M for campus renovations and jobs

Gov. Steve Bullock visits MSU Romney Gym
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Gov. Steve Bullock takes a tour of the Montana State University Romney Gym with MSU President Waded Cruzado Thursday afternoon. 

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Romney Gym
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Montana State University's Romney Gym, built in 1922, is seen here on Jan. 25, 2013.

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Gov. Steve Bullock toured Romney Gym on the Montana State University campus Thursday to dramatize his $100 million plan to fix up state college buildings, saying it would boost the state’s economy by creating 2,500 construction jobs immediately and strengthening higher education for the long run.

Bullock asked MSU students to help pass the building bond bill, House Bill 14, by calling their legislators to urge a yes vote, and he recited the legislative phone number. It takes a supermajority, a two-thirds vote of approval of each house, to pass measures that create debt, and two years ago a similar bill died in the 2011 Legislature.

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