More good news in the States
The Montana Senate passed a modified form of earlier reforms. This version deletes the removal of CCW permit requirement for carry in cities, but preserves "no retreat" and forbids landlords to make disarmament a requirement of tenancy.
Reader Denton Bramwell emails that Utah's governor signed two measures into law that (1) allow CCW without permit on your own realty, vehicle, or business premises; (2) allows CCW without permit of a firearm with a barrel of 4" or more if hunting; (3) establishes CCW reciprocity for ALL States; and (4) forbids a company from prohibiting storage of a gun in a parked vehicle where the gun is locked up and out of sight.
As far as the Utah law, (2) and (3) were part of the existing law. Only (1) and (4) are new.
Posted by: SamD at April 1, 2009 11:47 AM
Some of these things have been "agreed" apon and "understood" in Montana for a long, long time, but finally they are putting it in hard writing for the citizens.
Posted by: Bret at April 2, 2009 08:54 AM