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Are you as a concerned citizen worried about the peril of illicit drugs and narcotics affecting our Montana communities? If so be an advocate, and can flex your influence with our federal, state and local officials. 

Outside of a legislative session, the Montana legislative branch does not maintain staff or facilities through which constituents may contact their legislators. Instead, constituents may contact legislators directly through any of the means listed under the Address and Email headings on their individual webpages. Individual webpages may be found by clicking on a legislators name on the legislative roster. Click here for the roster of the 64th Session of the State of Montana legislature.

​Contact Your Montana Legislature

Are you as a citizen concerned about the peril of illicit drugs and transnational drug trafficking networks, which have established links to terrorist activities and harboring terrorist groups? If so be an advocate, and can flex your influence with your elected officials in both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.

Currently Montana is represented by U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D), U.S. Senator Steve Daines (R) and Congressman Ryan Zinke (R).

Or, find and write your representative, just click here for the U.S. House and click here for the U.S. Senate.

Why Regulate Medicinal Marijuana?

Committed to Protecting Montana from Illegal Drugs & Narcotics.

"Did you know the green cards have grown by over 50% in the last couple years from 8000 to over 12,000 mainly because of instate traveling doctors, who have thousands of chronic pain patients. Really?"

"Did you know most Montana hospitals and doctors have nothing to do with marijuana because it has not been properly tested by the FDA and they could lose there federal funding and job  because it is a federal illegal CSA Schedule 1 drug? I am on the Ryan Zinke Medical Advisory Board and I asked the board how they handle medical marijuana patients and they looked at me like I had three eyes. We see a lot of the patients in the emergency room with car accidents, burns, overdoses and psychiatric issues but we don’t proactively use marijuana as a patient solution."

—Steve Zabawa for SafeMontana

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