Montana: Governor vetoes preemption bill

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Congratulations to gun violence prevention citizens in Montana. Democratic Governor Bullock vetoed the preemption bill. The NRA uses the term preemption to describe their bills that eliminate local community freedom to make their own gun ordinances.  Of course, removal of local community options is actually a government seizure of local rights, something the Republicans usually fight. Previously we reported in error that the preemption bill passed into law.

The Bill

👎 House Bill 325 and 357 would have prevented local communities from making gun ordinances.
—Tracking Progress: Bold indicates passed—
In the House —>In Committee—>On House Floor—>Passed Chamber
In the Senate —In Committee—>On Senate Floor—>Passed Chamber
After Passage—>On Governor’s Desk—>Governor Vetoes

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