No. 81-45.

632 P.2d 300 (1981)

MONTANA AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION, Buffalo Machinery Company et al., and Montana Chamber of Commerce, Plaintiffs and Respondents, v. Mike GREELY, Attorney General of the State of Montana, and Peg Krivec, Commissioner of Political Practices, Defendants and Appellants.

Supreme Court of Montana.

Decided July 30, 1981.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Mike Greely, Atty. Gen., Richard Larson, argued, and Mary B. Troland, argued, Asst. Attys. Gen., Jack Lowe, Helena, for defendants and appellants.

Donald Garrity argued, Helena, for plaintiffs and respondents.

James Goetz, A.C.L.U., Bozeman, James W. Zion, A.C.L.U., Helena, Kelly Alan Jenkins, Common Cause, Helena, amicus curiae.

WEBER, Justice.

Initiative No. 851, Lobbyist Disclosure (herein called "I-85" or "the Initiative") was held to be unconstitutional by the District Court of the First Judicial District. Defendants, the state attorney general and the commissioner of political practices of the State of Montana, were permanently enjoined from enforcement of I-85. Defendants appeal from the judgment. We hold that the...

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