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MT: Governor says guns in restaurants that serve alcohol are a bad idea
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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Montana's governor has sent a bill back to lawmakers that would have allowed people carry concealed weapons in restaurants that sell alcohol, saying weapons and intoxicating beverages don't mix.

In an amendatory veto Friday, the governor wrote that "Montanans recognize that guns and alcohol in public places don't mix."

He said the bill, House Bill 494, carried by Rep. Seth Berglee, R-Joliet, would create uncertainty. The bill would have let a person with a valid permit to carry a concealed weapon to bring a concealed gun into any restaurant where alcohol is not the chief item for sale.
 

Comment by: dasing (4/15/2017)
Hey, gov, look around you. There are other states who do have that law , and NO WILD WEST!
 

Comment by: shootergdv (4/15/2017)
Governor is not basing his decision in fact. No problems in states that allow this. What's humorous is many states do allow off duty LEO and court officers to do so - WHILE DRINKING.
 

Comment by: shootergdv (4/15/2017)
Governor is not basing his decision in fact. No problems in states that allow this. What's humorous is many states do allow off duty LEO and court officers to do so - WHILE DRINKING.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (4/16/2017)
The governor's opinion is unsupported by evidence.
 

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