Gazette opinion: Yellowstone County benefits with public-private partnerships

by | Jun 17, 2016 | CASA Headlines, CASA Updates

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“All of my colleagues appreciate this program and appreciate your support,” District Judge Greg Todd told the commission.

A year ago, the commission substantially increased funding to Yellowstone CASA. This year, Executive Director Cass Staton asked for the same amount: $155,000.

https://billingsgazette.com/news/opinion/editorial/gazette-opinion/gazette-opinion-yellowstone-county-benefits-with-public-private-partnerships/article_a7c30ffd-882b-5666-a713-48843b868299.html


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