The attorney general, state auditor, superintendent of public instruction, and secretary
of state have, in addition to any other power vested by the Montana constitution or
by law, the same powers accorded the heads of departments by this part. No duties relating to the governor or requirements for permission from or approval
by the governor in this part apply to such elected officials in the exercise of such
power unless a statute specifically requires the elected official to perform such
duty or obtain such permission or approval.
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