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Montana rights, liberties and freedoms protected

Montana Republicans protected your rights, liberties and freedoms during the 2021 legislative session. The Legislature focused on Covid-19 and passed laws to protect you from frivolous lawsuits, limit government’s ability to enforce vaccine and other mandates, and prohibit discriminatory shut downs of businesses and churches. The Legislature also passed laws to protect parental rights and … Continue reading Montana rights, liberties and freedoms protected

Senate Republicans Highlight Conservative Recognition to Close Out the Year

Montana Senate Republicans have earned recognition from a variety of conservative and business groups for their strong voting records in 2021. Senate Republicans averaged an impressive 89 out of 100 across four prominent legislative scorecards with the composite score of every Republican senator ranging between 75 and 95. Senate Majority Leader Cary Smith, R-Billings, praised … Continue reading Senate Republicans Highlight Conservative Recognition to Close Out the Year

An open letter to U.S. Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines and U.S. Representative Matt Rosendale

Senators and Representative, As we approach Christmas, we have one request to Montana’s federal delegation: please do everything in your power to stop the reckless taxing and spending proposal currently working its way through Congress. The biggest gift Montana could receive from Washington, D.C., this holiday season is a dose of common sense, not more … Continue reading An open letter to U.S. Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines and U.S. Representative Matt Rosendale

MONTANA LEGISLATURE APPEALS SUBPOENA CASE TO U.S. SUPREME COURT

The Montana Legislature appealed a Montana Supreme Court decision to the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday, pointing to 14th Amendment due process violations in a high- profile case between the state’s legislative and judicial branches of government. The appeal to federal court centers on the fundamental principle of due process that “no person can be the … Continue reading MONTANA LEGISLATURE APPEALS SUBPOENA CASE TO U.S. SUPREME COURT

Disappointing and dangerous rhetoric from Montana Democrats

I was disheartened to read a recent opinion column by several Democratic legislators from the Bozeman area. Although it can be easy to run away with over-the-top rhetoric in today’s charged political climate, doing so can be counterproductive and even dangerous. The Democrats from Bozeman crossed that line when they wrote “Few have contributed more … Continue reading Disappointing and dangerous rhetoric from Montana Democrats