Montana Anti-NDAA Bill Moves to Senate With 98-0 Vote
Thursday, February 28, 2013
The Montana House Judiciary Committee voted 20-0 last week to support HB522 (link to full text below) that would make it illegal to cooperate in any way with indefinite detention sections 1021 and 1022 of the NDAA.
The rising tide of states proposing legislation to strengthen their right to self-direction continues with Indiana, Colorado and Arizona all advancing bills to ensure that indefinite detention of American citizens will not take place in their states.
The Tenth Amendment Center is reporting that an earlier vote in Montana of 97-1 has now been updated to 98-0, sending a clear message to the state Senate that there is overwhelming support across the political spectrum for this bill.
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