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Montana House Passes Constitutional Carry, Again *UPDATE*
Montana is attempting for the third time to pass Constitutional Carry.
Montana first passed Constitutional Carry in both the House and Senate in 2011. But, HB 271 was vetoed by Democratic Governor Brian Schweitzer and the Legislature was unable to overturn the veto.
The second attempt at Constitutional Carry came in 2015. Montana HB 298 was also passed by both the House and Senate. But, Democratic Governor Steve Bullock vetoed the bill. Again, the veto could not be overturned.
Will the third time be a charm?
On Wednesday, February 15th, the Montana Senate approved House Bill 262. Now the bill heads to the Governor.
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