Planned Parenthood of Montana filed a lawsuit Thursday against two measures restricting the abortion rights of minors, one just passed by the 2013 Legislature and the other passed by Montana voters in 2012.
Posts Tagged ‘ abortion’
By Dan Boyce on May 31, 2013
Here’s an issue by issue look back at the 2013 Legislature.
By Legislative News Service on April 16, 2013
House Bill 521 would ask voters to consider requiring minors to get parental consent to have an abortion.
By Legislative News Service on April 15, 2013
The Republican plan sets aside state money for poor Montanans to purchase private health insurance from the Affordable Care Act insurance exchange.
By Community News Service on April 14, 2013
Here is a look back at the highlights from week 14 of the Legislature.
By Legislative News Service on April 10, 2013
Also on Wednesday, a Senate committee debated a bill setting aside funds to deal with the impacts of oil and gas development in eastern Montana.
By Community News Service on April 7, 2013
Big issues and big arguments: A recap of last week’s action at the Legislature.
By Dan Boyce on April 5, 2013
One lawmaker says the practice is an abuse of the referendum process and abdication of the legislature’s responsibilities.
The unanimous budget vote, the fate of Medicaid expansion, competing pension plans and fallout over ‘thugs’, on this week’s Capitol Talk from MTPR.
By Dan Boyce on March 20, 2013
Members of both parties agreed not to bring up the dozens of proposed amendments to the $9 billion budget plan.