Montana Legislature

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Bennett said the Republican-controlled state Senate is likely to pass the repeal. While Bullock has not publicly opposed
O'Neil's legislation does not specify the form of corporal punishment, noting that he would like those choosing corporal
Facey predicted that he has 50 votes in the 100-member House, but he needs 60 members for a floor vote without the committee's
A Republican state legislator in Montana, who once asked to be paid in gold coins, has introduced legislation that would allow convicted criminals in the state to request a sentence of corporal punishment in lieu of jail.
Corporal punishment remains a common form of criminal punishment in several countries including Singapore, Iran, Saudi Arabia
In his letter to the state, O'Neil said that he believes that accepting gold and silver coins for his salary would allow