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Billings/ Community Medical Center Merger Meeting

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MISSOULA, Mont. - It's been a point of contention for a while now, a non-profit hospital turning into a for-profit business.

Well, the public will have the chance to hear from representatives of all of the involved players in this merger the afternoon of  November 19 at Hellgate High School.

The Attorney General's office is currently reviewing the proposed deal, and has been accepting public comment since mid-September.

Ed Eck, the chief of Montana's Office of Consumer Protection, made a statement saying they want to give the involved parties a chance to make their case and answer questions.

He also said they encourage the community to weigh in with their thoughts.

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