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Montana Attorney General approves language of controversial ballot initiative

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===September 10, 2009===

HELENA, Montana: Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock approved the ballot language of a controversial ballot initiative during the week of September 4, 2009. However, opponents stated that the proposed ballot measure's language is misleading and also does not take into consideration a woman's right to privacy. The proposed initiated constitutional amendment would amend the Montana Constitution to say that human life begins at fertilization.[1]

An effort in Montana in 2008 to qualify the Montana Right To Life Initiative for the ballot was unsuccessful in collecting sufficient signatures to earn a spot on the ballot.

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* Montana Attorney General's Official Site

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