Montana Court Temporarily Blocks Montana Law that Restricts Native American Voting Rights

A Montana court has issued a temporary restraining order blocking a state law that severely restricts Native Americans’ right to vote. The Montana Ballot Interference Prevention ACT (BIPA) imposed severe restrictions on ballot collection efforts that are critical to Native American voters, particularly those living on rural reservations. The TRO means the law is blocked pending the outcome of a hearing scheduled for May 29. The primary is June 2.

Read more about the lawsuit, Western Native Voice v. Stapleton.