The following items are
available from this site:
Ordinance - News Release 04/12/18 about the Missoula lawsuit
Missoula Resolution - Support for Firearm Safety Education
MSSA 2018 Candidate
Questionnaires (US and State)
Attorney Candidate Questionnaire
. A candidate
questionnaire that local folks may apply to county attorney
. A candidate questionnaire
that local folks may apply to county sheriff candidates.
Critique of Rob
Quist Gun Ad
General Election Grades and Endorsements
A Guide to
Private Firearm Sales
Primary Election endorsements - legislative candidates
MSSA's 2016 Legislative Candidate Questionnaire
Proposal to Regulate Private Firearm Sales
MSSA grades for
School Safety Act - an initiative of the people
Of the Tooth Fairy and the Supremacy Clause
MSSA bills before the 2015 Montana Legislature
MSSA 2014 Candidate Grades and Endorsements
Health Records and the RKBA
letter in re Montana Firearms Freedom Act
Public Safety v.
with evil corporations?
Candidate Grades and Endorsements
MSSA assessment - 2012 Republican
Primary Governor race
MSSA 2012 Candidate
Sense of the Ninth Amendment
MSSA amicus brief in US v.
MSSA Questions about FWP
sheep "sting" operation, and FWP's response.
brief to SCOTUS in re the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
MSSA 2010 Legislative Candidate Questionnaire
Freedom Act" - Montana leads; many
Sheriffs First (or no
more Wacos). This bill would make
it a state crime for a federal officer to arrest,
search, or seize in Montana without first getting the
written permission of the elected county sheriff of
the county in which the action is to take place.
Locally-elected sheriffs are accountable to the people
and are supposed to the the chief law enforcement
officer of the county, bar none. This bill puts
teeth into the expectation that federal agents must
operate with the approval of the sheriff, or not at
all. There are exceptions for "hot pursuit",
customs and border patrol, corrupt sheriffs, and more.
Department Draft Policy to protect firearm possession in
the Sheriff's county.
cartridge brass destruction, 2010
and unusual" weapons. An analysis of the use of
this phrase from the Heller
decision, and as applied to U.S.
The Montana take on the "collective rights" position in the D.C. v. Heller case
before the U.S. Supreme Court.
White House Conference on North American
Wildlife Policy, Reno, Nevada, October 2008.
MSSA 2008 Candidate Grades and Endorsements.
A analysis of issues concerning firearms on Montana
Correspondence with Montana State University over their
proposed campus guns policy revision.
MSSA's gun safety program for kids.
Bills. Ideas that may some day pass the
Shooting Ranges. All about Montana
shooting ranges, range construction, liability and range
Right to Bear Arms. Article II, Section
12, and MUCH MORE.