Once again on Monday night, the Missoula City Council chambers overflowed with people both in favor of and opposed to a proposed ordinance that would require background checks for private sales within the city limits.
In a 10-2 vote of the Committee on Public Safety and Health, the Missoula City Council has voted to move forward with a controversial ordinance to insure that 'no sale or transfer of a firearm shall take place within the city limits unless and until the person purchasing or otherwise receiving the firearm passes a national instant criminal background check.'
The Missoula City Council's Public Health and Safety Committee met on Wednesday morning to hear more details about a proposed ordinance to require more comprehensive background checks on guns bought and sold privately in Missoula.
A five and a half week work plan was laid out at Missoula’s City Council meeting on Wednesday. Chairwoman Emily Bentley said the council is ready to dive head first into the Missoula Mercantile demolition debate.
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