The 2013 Montana Legislature ended on April 24. Montana Audubon served as one of the main voices at the session supporting wildlife and wildlife habitats. For more information on the 2013 Legislature:
How to Find Out More or Get Involved:
If you are interested in finding out about specific pieces of legislation, or you want to find out about other legislative issues, contact our lobbyists Janet Ellis (406) 443-3949. If you want to help us in the future: sign up to receive alerts regarding legislation, news and event through our Armchair Activist program
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At the end of each legislative session, Montana Audubon publishes a voting records; these voting records have been published since 1983. They describe how legislators voted on Audubon's primary issues during the Montana Legislature: general environmental protection, public land, and wildlife and wildlife habitat. Individual copies of the voting records are available FREE.
Voting records can be used as an educational tool for you and your legislators. Please take the time to observe where your legislators stand. Talk to them about any concerns you may have regarding their votes, as well as express your appreciation of votes in your favor. Keep the voting record as a tool to use in the future for you and your legislators.
The following Voting Records are available to download below:
If you want a copy of any Montana Audubon legislative voting record by mail (1983 to the present), contact Janet Ellis.