Limits for Government - Liberty for YOU
"There is an important difference between a good idea and a good law."
Constitutionally Limited Government
The US & Montana Constitutions are not just interesting historical documents, but are the guideposts for legislation. As a legislator, I will measure proposed bills against the Constitutions and ask the question, "Is this really our job?" before voting on any of the several thousand good ideas that come up each session.
There is an important difference between a good idea and a good law.
Just as each of us must do in our day to day lives managing our families and our households, so must state government make good decisions about spending the money of hard-working Montanans.
We are required by Montana Constitution to have a balanced budget, and we must do it while also meeting our responsibilities.
A legislator is a public servant, and as such must listen to the boss - the people of their district. I am a conservative who will follow the principles of limited government and individual liberty.
I will listen to all of my constituents and do my best to be available and responsive. I look forward to working with you and for you.
1st Amendment - US Constitution
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances
Excerpts from Montana Constitution
Article II Section 3. INALIENABLE RIGHTS. All persons are born free and have certain in-alienable rights. They include the right to a clean and healthful environment and the rights of pursuing life’s basic necessities, enjoying and defending their lives and liberties, acquiring, possessing and protecting property, and seeking their safety, health and happiness in all lawful ways. In enjoying these rights, all persons recognize corresponding responsibilities.
Article II Section 4. INDIVIDUAL DIGNITY. The dignity of the human being is inviolable. No person shall be denied the equal protection of the laws. Neither the state nor any person, firm, corporation, or institution shall discriminate against any person in the exercise of his civil or political rights on account of race, color, sex, culture, social origin or condition, or political or religious ideas.