Today, Montana candidate contributors asked the Montana District Court to set aside a prior judgment and instead again hold that Montana’s individual contribution limits and aggregate political party contribution limits are unconstitutional. In 2011, Doug Lair and the Lake and Beaverhead County Republican Parties challenged Montana’s unconstitutionally low candidate contribution limits. The limits, adopted in […]

Will It Be ‘Game-Set-Match’ for Women’s Sports?

by Jennifer C. Braceras and Anita Y. Milanovich A U.S. Supreme Court transgender discrimination case could carry unintended consequences for female athletes, the authors argue. This fall, the U.S. Supreme Court takes up the case of R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes v. EEOC. The case involves the contours of Title VII’s prohibition on sex […]

Laurel, MT – The Montana Family Foundation filed an amicus brief supporting a petition for writ of certiorari with the U.S Supreme Court in the case of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue. “In 2015, Montana became the 46th state to adopt school choice. Now after 4 years of non-stop litigation we’re asking the U.S. […]

PRESS RELEASE On Wednesday, Montanans for Community Development (“MCD”) completed briefing seeking review from the United States Supreme Court of Montana’s political committee laws. MCD also asks the Court to review federal circuit rules that allow federal circuits to issue decisions they later don’t have to follow, as occurred here in the Ninth Circuit. MCD […]

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