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CI-108 would expand government intrusion in Montanans’ lives

June 2, 2012


Billings Gazette, June 2, 2012 by CHRISTOPHER MONTVILLE As voters in the state of Montana, we are skeptical of CI-108, the so-called personhood amendment currently seeking qualification for the November 2012 ballot. This initiative, if qualified for and passed on the November ballot, would define “personhood” under the Montana Constitution as beginning at the moment […]

Teen Moms Can’t Vote On Abortion Bill That Targets Them

April 4, 2012

0, April 4, 2012 by Jessica Pieklo Montana plans to join the long list of states with an anti-abortion initiative on its November ballot, but unlike many of the others proposals, Montana’s targets a population that can’t even vote on it: teen moms. Montana wants voters to decide whether or not a girl 16 or […]