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Montana’s Anti-Human Rights Pro-Discrimination Bill Passes Senate

March 20, 2011

A bill designed  to strip away the ability of local governments to protect minority LGBT citizens of basic Human Rights has passed the Montana Senate.  The bill, authored by bigot Kris Hansen (Republican) is designed to repeal an anti-discrimination ordinance in Helena.  So much for the Old West’s mentality of Live and Let Live (let alone the women’s suffrage movement)… Now it’s live my way or get the Hell out!

 HELENA- A bill which could repeal Missoula’s anti discrimination ordinance passed its first hurdle in the Montana Senate on Friday.

Representative Kris Hansen’s bill would prevent local governments from protecting certain classes of people who are not protected under state law. Legislators amended the bill to apply only to local ordinances and not to resolutions or policies.

“There was not one member of the Missoula delegation who supported this bill. Not one. I find it very disheartening, that a member from a very far and away across the mountains, a member of the legislature would impose such a thought on a city.” said State Senator Shannon Augare (D-Browning).

via Bill to repeal Missoula anti-discrimination ordinance progresses | KAJ18.com | Kalispell, Montana.

Kris Hansen

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My phone number is (406) 265-4754. Call me if you have issues you’d like to discuss. If you call during business hours, please leave me a message and I’ll call back as soon as I can.


My address is 519 First Avenue, Havre, MT 59501. Good, old fashioned, stamped envelopes are welcome!

via Contact « Kris Hansen For Montana House.