Montana: Judge rules in favor of Missoula ordinance that criminalizes private gun transfers
Friday, October 12, 2018
"The state respectfully disagrees with the court's ruling and maintains that Montana law does not allow cities to enact a patchwork of firearm regulations," Department of Justice spokesman John Barnes said.
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