LR-130 is so confusing and poorly written that law enforcement officers, local officials, and constitutional law experts disagree on its meaning and whether it can even be enforced. We should not be passing confusing, poorly written, unnecessary and unconstitutional laws that are likely to be challenged in court.
Vote NO on LR-130: Don’t Take Away Our Freedom to Make Local Decisions
In Montana, we trust local citizens to decide how to keep our communities safe. That’s been the law for 130 years, and that’s what makes Montana a safe place to live. But LR-130 would take this freedom away. Why change something that is working?
This confusing, poorly written measure is an attempt by lobbyists and out-of-touch politicians to take away our freedom to make local decisions.
Vote NO on LR-130: Keep Our Gun Laws as They Are
Montanans all agree that we need to protect our Second Amendment rights, including our right to hunt our public lands and protect ourselves. Unfortunately, LR-130 is poorly written, unconstitutional, and riddled with unintended consequences.
LR-130 is a reckless attempt to rewrite current gun laws. If you like Montana as it is, the only choice is to vote NO on LR-130.
Vote NO on LR-130: For Montanans’ Rights and Montana Common Sense
LR-130 is opposed by veterans, ranchers, nurses, doctors, hunters, local sheriffs and law enforcement across Montana. Additionally, it is opposed by the Montana League of Cities and Towns, representing all 127 incorporated municipalities.
We can protect our Second Amendment rights and Montana’s long history of local decision-making by rejecting this confusing, poorly written, and unconstitutional measure.
Vote NO on LR-130 to protect our freedom to make local decisions.
Vote NO on LR-130 to keep our gun laws the way they are.
Vote NO on LR-130.