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This historically-important document, the 300-page “Report to the Montana Legislative Assembly from the Montana Commission on Executive Reorganization (December 1970)” was the product of 1½ years of activity of the Commission and its staff. It presented to the 1971 Legislature the executive branch organizational framework that resulted a major change in Montana law and state governmental structure embodied in the Executive Reorganization Act - Chapter 272, Laws of Montana, 1971 - Title 82A, R.C.M. 1947. Today Montana’s current executive branch structure substantially reflects the recommendations of this report from the Commission which was chaired by Governor Forrest H. Anderson.
Commission on Executive Reorganization, Montana, "Executive Reorganization: Report to the Montana Legislative Assembly" (1970). Supplementary Materials. 1.