This bill would remove funding from Planned Parenthood’s “Family Planning Services”, which includes abortions. This bill would prioritize public funds to healthcare care entities, and would place restrictions on the use of funds.
Passed by legislature – in final preparation process then on it’s way to the Governor! HB 136 would prohibit the abortion of a child gestationally old enough to feel pain. The bill sets that line at 20 weeks gestation.
HB 112 would require public school athletic teams to be designated based on biological sex.
Bill has been passed by the full Legislature, in final preparations and on it’s way to the Governor’s desk. This bill would require that a pregnant woman be given the opportunity to view an active ultrasound and ultrasound images, and listen to the heartbeat before undergoing an abortion.
Returned to first House with second House Amendments. HB 167 would provide require that health care providers perform the necessary actions to preserve the life of a born-alive infant, including infants born alive after an abortion.
This bill would revise laws related to the Tax Credit Scholarship Program, removing the assessment requirements for qualified education providers and revision limits made on scholarship amounts.
This bill would prohibit qualified health insurance plans offered through the health insurance exchange in Montana from covering abortion services.
This bill would establish parameters for k-12 sexual education, requiring a school district to obtain written consent from a parent or guardian before instructing students in human sexuality education, requiring a school district to inform a parent or guardian when events or courses on human sexuality will be held or taught. This bill would also […]
SB 149 would provide for the establishment of health care sharing ministries, exempting health care sharing ministries from regulation as insurance.
This bill prohibits the government from treating churches differently than any other essential business during an emergency or disaster.