February 22, 2021
We reported a few weeks back how lawmakers in several red states are considering constitutional, or permitless, carry measures in their state legislatures this session. Last week, Montana became the first state to put the new law into effect in 2021, making 18 states that now recognize the right to carry a firearm without having to receive government permission or pay a special fee or tax to do so.
“Our Second Amendment-protected right to keep and bear arms is part of Montana’s, and our nation’s, rich heritage,” said Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte upon signing the bill on Feb. 18. “We have a responsibility to preserve it.
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