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County Voters Approve Law & Justice Center, 3 Elected to Three Forks Council

A third time was a charm with voters who approved the funding for a new Gallatin County Law and Justice Center Tuesday night.

After two unsuccessful attempts, the unofficial results from the Tuesday, November 2 election show voters approving the center by a vote of 18,265 to 14,810.

The $29 million bond will pay for the new center, which will house four District Courts, two Justice Courts, Clerks of Court, Youth Court and Probation, Standing Master and Self-Help Law Center, and a public community room.

Previous attempts to fund a new center failed in 2016 and 2018.

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