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The Montana Legislature adjourned Thursday afternoon, marking the end of an 87-day session that saw the continuation of Medicaid expansion and the passage of the first infrastructure bonding bill in four sessions.

The Montana Legislature on Thursday passed a bill to continue Medicaid expansion with the addition of work requirements and a six-year expiration date.

The public outcome from days of behind-the-scenes horse-trading played out Tuesday in the state Capitol, where the Senate passed a Medicaid expansion bill and the House killed a bill to “save Colstrip” and the town’s coal-fired power plant.

As a gallery packed full of onlookers watched, the Montana Senate by a 1-vote margin endorsed a bill to continue Medicaid expansion in the state with the addition of work requirements and an expiration date of 2025.