By Nicole Girten, Daily Montanan
At least one bill vetoed by Gov. Greg Gianforte will become law after a two-thirds majority vote by the legislature.
House Bill 693, which surrounds agency compliance with public information disclosures, passed a veto override on Friday with 105 votes from both chambers.
The joint rules state lawmakers can be polled if the governor vetoes a bill after the session ends and if two-thirds of legislators vote to keep the law, they can override the governor’s veto and it becomes law.