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Rep. Zooey Zephyr's Censure is Baseless
The ACLU and others said the removal and silencing of Zephyr, the state’s first openly transgender lawmaker, violates democratic principles of freedom of expression and political participation.
It might also violate the spirit of legislative rules set by none other than Thomas Jefferson, one of the founders of this country, more than 200 years ago. Those rules were written to protect minority views, which the majority in power in the Montana House did not choose to do.
Youth Climate Change Trial to Proceed
A youth-driven constitutional climate change lawsuit cleared a pretrial conference in April and is set to go to bench trial before Lewis andClark County First Judicial District Court Judge Kathy Seeley on June 12.
The lawsuit was filed in 2020 by 16  plaintiffs between the ages of 2 and 18, alleging that by continually bolstering the fossil fuel industry through state policy, MT's agencies were violating the youths’ constitutional rights to a clean and healthy environment.
MT on Cusp of Gun Merchant Code Ban
A new Montana law that would bar credit card companies from using merchant codes to identify gun sales is awaiting a signature or veto from Gov. Greg Gianforte.
Proponents of the credit card code that identifies gun shop sales say it could help law enforcement, but opponents say it infringes on Second Amendment rights. Since the codes were first introduced last September, they have received push-back from conservatives like US Sen. Steve Daines.

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