Montana House Bill 391 (2011)

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Montana House Bill 391 (2011)
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Legislature:Montana State Legislature
Text:As Enacted
Sponsor(s):Berry
Legislative History
Introduced:February 1, 2011
State house:February 23, 2011
Vote (lower house):Y70, N25
State senate:March 28, 2011
Vote (upper house):Y36, N14
Legal Environment
State law:Laws governing the initiative
process in Montana
Montana House Bill 391 is a 2011 Montana law that prohibits local ballot measure from setting the enforcement priority of state laws. The law is seen as targeting a local ballot measure which instructed local law enforcement to make marijuana laws their lowest priority.[1][2]

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