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Montana: Legislature Rejects Governor’s Proposed Changes to Restaurant Carry

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Montana: Legislature Rejects Governor’s Proposed Changes to Restaurant Carry

Yesterday, both chambers of the Montana Legislature rejected Governor Steve Bullock’s proposed amendments to House Bill 494.  This important self-defense legislation now heads back to the Governor’s desk in its original form for his consideration.  Please contact Governor Bullock immediately and strongly urge him to sign House Bill 494 into law.

Sponsored by state Representative Seth Berglee, HB 494 would allow law-abiding Montanans to carry a firearm for self-defense while patronizing a restaurant where alcohol is not the primary item of sale.  An individual should not be prevented from carrying a firearm for self-defense while dining in a restaurant that serves alcohol.  The right to self-defense should not be unnecessarily banned due to the presence of a product that is legally sold in an establishment that is licensed to do so.

Again, please click the “Take Action” button above to contact Governor Bullock and urge him to sign House Bill 494 into law.

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