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The Montana Supreme Court has dismissed two petitions seeking the court’s stay on a new law allowing concealed carry-on college campuses that goes into effect Tuesday saying they failed to establish an emergency that could not be first handled in District Court. On May 20th the Montana Board of Regents asked the court to put the brakes on House Bill 102’s June 1st effective date and declare the law an unconstitutional overreach by the Legislature into the board’s authority to determine on-campus policy.

The first hearing of the National Parks Subcommittee of 2021 took place Wednesday. Senator Steve Daines mentioned the issue parks and local communities face n providing housing needed recruit employees.

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