After years of attempts by groups such as the Montana High School Association, the Montana School Boards Association and President Obama’s Federal Department of Education trying to force schools to allow boys who believe they’re girls to use girls’ locker rooms and shower rooms, Montana parents will finally have a chance to voice THEIR opinion, […]
Protect privacy, safety & dignity in locker rooms
It's just common sense: High school girls shouldn't be forced to shower with boys. The Montana Locker Room Privacy Act will protect everyone's privacy, safety and dignity by keeping all locker rooms private from the opposite sex. Learn what you can do to help!
Get the "In God We Trust" Montana license plate! These handsome license plates will tell the world that you believe in the national motto of the United States. The next time your license plates are due for renewal, make sure to tell the County Treasurer's office that you want the "In God We Trust" plate.
Contact the Judiciary Committee
Contact the House Judiciary Committee about the Montana Locker Room Privacy Act, religious freedom for Christian lawyers, and preventing government regulation of church youth programs.
Today is March 16th. It also marks the 55th day of the 2017 Legislative Session. So we’re well over half-way to the finish line. As is always the case, the heaviest bills come toward the end of the session, and the heaviest of them all is House Bill 2, better known as our State budget. […]
Some days at the legislature would best be described by Yogi Berra as “déjà vu all over again.” Such was the case yesterday in House Judiciary as we debated Senate Bill 282, a bill that would ban the abortion of viable children. This bill passed the Senate on a straight party-line vote, 32 Republicans voting […]
In some cases when the gavel falls signaling the end of a legislative session, it also means the work has just begun on a bill that the legislature passed. Such is the case with Senate Bill 410 from the 2015 legislative session. You may recall Senate Bill 410 was the first school choice bill ever […]
Today the House Judiciary Committee will hear Senate Bill 97 by Senator Keith Regier from Kalispell. The bill, although simple in construct, is highly controversial and passed both the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Senate floor on party-line votes. Nearly all Republicans voted “yes” and all Democrats voted “no.” In essence, the bill would prohibit […]
In a week filled with political high drama, especially on bills of great concern to people of faith, one of the big stand-outs was Senate Bill 282 by Senator Olszewski from the Flathead. Senator Olszewski, an orthopedic surgeon by trade, is quickly becoming a star in the pro-life community, and Senate Bill 282 would ban […]
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