posted on May, 9 2013 @ 10:42 AM
******* This was presented to me as being enacted law. I was so excited I posted without doing due diligence and have since determined that the bill
died in process. My apologies to the members, and I take back the nice things I said about congress critters.******
We have all heard of recent school districts suspending students for having hunting rifles locked in their vehicles in the parking lot, or for
miniature toys. It was obvious to most of us that this was not the intention of the people in the first place, and that "bringing or possessing a
firearm on school property" needed to be re-defined. I don't know whether to be proud of the Montana legislature for passing this law, or enraged at
the idiots that made it necessary in the first place.
(c) A firearm that is secured in a locked container approved by the district or in a locked motor vehicle 12 the entire time that it is on school
grounds or property, except while in use for a school-sanctioned instructional 13 activity, is not considered to have been brought to school or
possessed at school.
The kids get to hunt before school again. Thanks to the congress critters who passed this!
edit on 5/9/2013 by Montana because: Updated status
on the legislation.