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|Volume and Opinion Number||Opinion Held||Date Issued|
|54-3||Retirees of the Teachers’ Retirement System of the State of Montana do not have individual rights of privacy in the amounts of their retirement benefits that clearly exceed the public’s right to know.||9/16/11|
|54-2||1. Do the provisions of Montana’s Open-Space Land and Voluntary Conservation Easement Act, codified as Mont. Code Ann. § 76-6-101 (2009) et seq., apply solely to public bodies and qualifying private organizations as defined by the code?2. Do the requirements of Mont. Code Ann. §§ 76-6-206 and 76-6-207 (2009) apply to entities other than public bodies and qualifying private organizations as defined by the code?||5/6/11|
|54-1||A county superintendent of schools is not allowed to charge an hourly fee for performing services as a substitute superintendent under Mont. Code Ann. § 20-3-211.||1/18/11|