This bill would provide a civil penalty against anyone who interfered with someone else's access to an abortion. The Montana Family Foundation opposed this bill. Bill was tabled in House Judiciary Committee
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HB 566 – Revise Notice Requirements for Human Sexuality Instruction
This bill would eliminate the 48-hour notice requirement for schools to provide notice to parents of human sexuality instruction. The Montana Family Foundation opposes this bill.
HB 562 – Authorize Establishment of Community Choice Schools
This bill would authorize the establishment of community choice schools. The Montana Family Foundation supports this bill. Passed on 2nd reading vote of 63 to 37 and was referred to the House Appropriations Committee and has a March 25th transmittal deadline.
HB 502 – Revise Education Laws Related to Human Sexuality Instruction
This bill would revise education laws related to sexuality instruction in public schools, requiring notice to parents of sexuality instruction no more than 10 days and no less than 2 days prior to the proposed instruction. The Montana Family Foundation supports this...
HB 443 – Revise Discrimination Law Regarding Realtors and Other Professionals
This bill would protect realtors from complaints against their realtor licenses that are based upon their free exercise of religion. The Montana Family Foundation Supports this bill.
HB 442 – Require Testing for Nonpublic Schools Receiving Tax Credit Scholarships
This bill would require testing for nonpublic schools receiving tax credit scholarships. The Montana Family Foundation Opposes this bill. This bill was tabled in the House Taxation Committee.
HB 441 – Implement Report Cards for Nonpublic Schools Receiving Tax Credit Scholarships
This bill would implement report cards for nonpublic schools receiving tax credit scholarships. The Montana Family Foundation opposes this bill. This bill was tabled in the House Taxation Committee.
HB 408 – Revise Student Scholarship Organization and Innovative Education Tax Credits
This bill would increase the aggregated amount of education tax credits allowed in the year 2024 up to $5 million. The Montana Family Foundation supports this bill.
HB 393 – Establish the Students with Special Needs Equal Opportunity Act
This bill would establish an Education Savings Account for students with special needs, otherwise providing a measure of school choice for parents with special needs children. Montana Family Foundation supports this bill.
HB 349 – Establish Obscenity Filter Requirements for Electronic Devices
This bill would require obscenity filters for electronic devices. Montana Family Foundation supports this bill. This bill was tabled in Senate Business and Labor on 3-30-2023