Monday, March 2, 2015

March 2 -- On this day in Montana history in 1922 the Montana Supreme Court ruled that a “bachelor tax” of $3 a year for unmarried men that was passed by the Legislature as a poll tax was unconstitutional. They ordered money collected under the law be returned. There was no report on how many bachelors without wives to remind them asked for the refund.

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