Resolution of legislators in re Heller: "AN EXTRA-SESSION RESOLUTION OF INDIVIDUAL LEGISLATORS OF THE 60TH MONTANA LEGISLATURE AND OTHER ELECTED MONTANA OFFICIALS URGING THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT THAT ANY 'COLLECTIVE RIGHTS' HOLDING IN D.C. V. HELLER WILL VIOLATE MONTANA'S COMPACT WITH THE UNITED STATES, THE CONTRACT BY WHICH MONTANA ENTERED THE UNION IN 1889."
39 Montana public officials have signed this resolution. It says that "Montana reserves all usual rights and remedies under historic contract law if its Compact should be violated by any "collective rights" holding in Heller." Does that mean...secession? Armed rebellion?