Letters to the Editor


October 18, 2023

Judicial activism at work in transgender court case

By: Senators Jason Ellsworth and John Fuller

There are many things that children can’t legally do in Montana. They can’t smoke a cigar, drink alcohol, die fighting for their country in a foreign war, vote, or engage in a variety of transactions.

The reason for that is simple: they’re children. They aren’t developed enough yet to make serious life-altering decisions, with or without parental consent. They haven’t had enough life experience yet to adequately weigh the risks or consequences of potentially dangerous activities.

So wh...

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