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At a public meeting Wednesday, about 600 people attended a Board of Regents Academic Research and Student Affairs committee listening session and they received overwhelming feedback to maintain its current policy or pursue litigation regarding House Bill 102. For every comment that offered support for the draft policy to allow guns on campus there were nearly 11 comments in opposition. The law was effective immediately across the state when Governor Greg Gianforte signed it but the bill takes effect June 1st for college campuses.

Head of the Montana Federation of Public Employees Amanda Curtis says several bills passed this session infringe on the constitutional authority of the Board of Regents but House bill 102 stands alone because of a line that amounts to bribing the Board of Regents not to take the measure to court.

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