Montana Moves Anti-NDAA Bill Forward
Montana now joins several other states including Indiana, Colorado and Arizona in passing anti-National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) legislation. The state ruled unanimously in favor of the legislation (while the vote initially came in 97-1, it has been updated to 98-0).
The legislation makes it illegal for Montana to participate in the indefinite detention provision of the NDAA, which would allow federal agencies to detain a U.S. citizen without due process if suspected of terrorism.
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The bill now moves on to the State Senate for a vote.
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