Abortion In Montana: Never, Anything Goes, Or Somewhere In Between?

When the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade back in June of this year it sent the abortion issue back to the states.

The state legislatures, courts, and governors will now be held accountable by state voters for whatever abortion laws they pass and uphold in this new landscape.

State lawmakers in Cascade County and Great Falls are now faced with a question they probably didn’t anticipate having to answer when they filed for office in early 2022, but E-City Beat will be asking each of them that question, along with a couple of other local issue questions, in an email questionnaire later this week.

We look forward to receiving answers from local legislative candidates and providing those responses for our readers.

We’re posing the abortion question here as a poll question for our readers:

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