The Tenth Amendment Center has an Action Alert for the State of Montana. You can see that here. There is a bill that needs cosponsors by tomorrow at noon, so if you live in Montana and are interested contact your representative via the link provided. The bill is intended to nullify, in the State of Montana, the Indefinite Detention Provisions of the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Nullification may seem silly and ineffective right now. But when your Congressmen and Senators can’t get the legislation right (preferably by not writing any new legislation, but yeah right) it is the next line of defense. If nullification doesn’t get it done, which it probably won’t in the near future in a majority of cases, the next lines of defense are the County Sheriff and then yourself and whoever you can convince to be on your side. I’m not too sure about those odds. Something along the lines of martial law or a crackdown on gun rights advocates (AKA domestic terrorists) is a long shot in my opinion. But it is best to guarantee that it is a long shot by negating those provisions however we can.