Montana State Senate Moves to End Concealed Carry Permit Requirement in the 0.6 percent where it is required

From the Associated Press:

A measure to allow people to carry a concealed gun without a permit from law enforcement is closer to becoming law.
The Senate endorsed the measure late Friday in a 29-21 vote. The gun-rights proposal has already cleared the House.
Currently in Montana, a permit and background check from authorities is needed to carry a concealed gun into cities and towns. There are also old restrictions on carrying without a permit into logging, mining and railroad camps.
The new proposal would let people carry concealed guns into those areas as long as they have taken a class from a certified trainer or state agency. No criminal background check would be required, nor would the state be issuing a formal permit. . . .

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