Despite efforts by gun rights advocates to allow licensed gun owners to carry and store their weapons on campus, the University of Montana has a strict policy that prohibits anyone other than a police officer or federal official to carry a weapon.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox announced today, March 12, that Montana had joined with 19 other states in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to review the constitutionality of a New York gun control statute.
The New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police has drawn fire for its fundraising raffle of a gun every day in May, including the types of weapons used in the Connecticut elementary school massacre less than two months ago.
Police in northwestern Montana say a man fired 80 to 100 rounds from his home in Somers on Saturday with a variety of weapons before an armored vehicle took officers close enough to fire tear gas into the house and end the standoff.
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