After a lengthy debate, with Democrats and Republicans disagreeing on the intent of a Senate bill to prohibit state courts from applying foreign law, the legislation advanced in the House largely along party lines with a 56-44 vote. Senate Bill 97, carried by Keith Regier, R-Kalispell, doesn’t specifically mention Sharia law, but it was the only kind of foreign law mentioned during testimony in both the Senate and House judiciary committees. Sharia law is the religious governance followed by people practicing Islam. Sharia utilizes religious texts to determine divine will. Its implementation varies across the world, with Saudi Arabia adhering to strict punishments like stoning, while in other countries it is most regularly used in personal law such as marriage and divorce. Democrats said the bill targets Muslims, while Republicans said it simply reinforces the Montana and U.S. constitutions. Well this bill to only allow the US Constitution and State laws only in the state of Montana happened four days ago, and for obvious reasons it's not being found out until today. The IANA of 1952 bans all foreign laws in the United States, so if Muslims in America have a problem with this...Oh well. Now the hopeful thing is that more states will follow in the footsteps of Montana, by simply banning all foreign laws except for State Law and the US Constitution. Per our immigration laws in the United States, it's not only illegals that aren't allowed in America but foreign law like barbaric Sharia is not permitted in the United States...So if you want to escape from Muslims in America it looks like Montana is the place to be. Sharia Law in the first place shouldn't even be considered a law by most Americans, since the punishments for breaking Sharia are usually death...Due to Americas Constitutional amendments and immigration laws like in Montana Sharia Law should be prohibited in every state in America.