Prior to amendments being made in the Montana Senate, Big Sky Public Policy Institute gave SB65 a big thumbs down. However, revisions in the Senate require us to make a revision in our rating of this as a good, bad, or indifferent bill.Continue reading “SB65 Is Significantly Less Awful Post-Revisions, Deserves Support”
[Big Sky Public Policy Institute] Each year in the Montana legislature, our state’s fine residents sit on the edge of their seat to see which state legislators will keep their word to their constituents and abide by the values and the platform of their party ticket. Roughly a third of Republican legislators are there under false pretenses, a part of Llew Jones (“R” – Conrad) Democrat Crossover Caucus, “Republicans” who regularly vote with Democrats.Continue reading “Mallerie Stromswold to Receive “Freshman RINO of 2021 Award””
The Big Sky Public Policy Institute published a press release earlier this week, applauding Rep. Sheldon-Galloway’s ingenuity and forethought in designating two bills for the purpose of protecting Montanans from Big Tech’s censorship. These two bills will ostensibly accomplish two different things:Continue reading “Policy FAQs For How Montana Can Stop Big Tech Censorship”
The Big Sky Public Policy Institute is pleased to announce two bills that will be sponsored by Rep. Lola Sheldon Galloway (HD22), designed to protect Montanans’ free speech and protect the state’s residents from unfair practices on the part of Big Tech firms designed to silence voices of dissent.
Although the titles of the bills are currently unknown to the Institute, and they are still in drafts, it is known what the two pieces of legislation will be designed to accomplish. Both bills are necessary to protect free expression.Continue reading “Two Bills to Stop Big Tech Censorship Necessary in Montana”
HB112 and HB113, both sponsored by Rep. John Fuller (R-Kalispell), are attempts at protecting children from the dark and seedy underbelly of anti-science gender mythology and are necessary provisions to be added to Montana law.
HB112 will protect young girls from being put into the octagon, wrestling ring, or track with men who are pretending to be women. Likewise, it will protect boys from having to dishonor themselves by competing against mentally-ill girls, who they should be protecting and treating honorably.Continue reading “HB112 and HB113: Protecting Kids From “Transgender” Myth is Necessary”