Jan 202010
 
 January 20, 2010  Court, Laws

The Associated Press reports:

The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a state law that requires applicants for wildlife conservation licenses to include the last four digits of their Social Security numbers on the application.

The Montana Shooting Sports Association had challenged the requirement, arguing it unconstitutionally infringes upon an applicant’s fundamental right to privacy.

Read more in the Great Falls Tribune.

Update: The court opinion is now available online, here (pdf)

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