Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.
Montana Audubon has lobbied the state legislature in favor of conservation for decades. The 2017 Montana Legislature adjourned in April 2017: below is a summary of the bills we testified on during the session and the 2017 Montana Legislative Voting Record. Stay tuned to get involved in the 2019 Montana Legislature!
For additional information regarding our work with the state legislature, contact Amy Seaman: [email protected], 406.210.9449
Final Bill Table 2017 Legislative Session: 2017-MT-Legislature_Final
Historic Bill Tables
At the end of each legislative session, we publish a voting records; these have been published since 1983 and describe how legislators voted on Audubon’s primary issues during the Montana Legislature. We are most interested bills affecting general environmental protection, public land, wildlife and wildlife habitat.
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 for download: