Monday, 15 April 2013 00:04

Obsolete Language Criminalizing Gay Sex Finally Totally Unconstitutional In Montana

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Whereas the law criminalizing gay sex was regarded as unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of Montana in 1997, the obsolete language criminalizing gay sex as deviate sexual conduct was not removed by the legislators until a few days ago.

 

According to Associated Press, Linda Gryczan fought against this law since the 90's so much that she cried when the House finally voted to remove the obsolete language with a 65-34 vote.

 

"I was actually surprised. Knowing it's a symbolic victory, I didn't realize how important it was going to be until it was there," Gryczan told the Great Falls Tribune

 

It remains as always the last stage namely the signature of the Governor Steve Bullock who currently refuses to share his decision