By using his veto on HB522, a bill that would have prohibited the state from assisting the federal government in any way with the “indefinite detention” provisions of the NDAA, Bullock has made his position quite clear. He not only supports indefinite detention, he wants to ENSURE that Montana resources are used to help carry it out.
There is absolutely ZERO serious dispute about the fact that the federal government cannot “commandeer” the states to carry out its laws. None. Even the Supreme Court has affirmed this multiple times.Details