Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others.
~ Thomas Jefferson

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Montana Legislative Session in Helena, MT


For those of you living in or who visit Montana and consider your gun rights important, the Montana Shooting Sports Association is having a "meet and greet" with Montana state legislators on Tuesday, January 4, 2011 in Helena, MT at the Colonial Inn.

The reception will begin at 5:30 PM and go to 8 PM. There will be food and adult beverages available. This will be your chance to mingle with legislators and discuss the issues on the MSSA Legislative Agenda. For any of you who can attend (I encourage it), I will conduct a briefing session (also at the Colonial Inn) about the 20 bills on the MSSA Legislative Agenda, from 3 PM to 5 PM. Inquire at the colonial front desk about what room the MSSA briefing will be in. This briefing session will enable you to speak with authority about the issues on the MSSA Legislative Agenda when you visit with legislators at the Reception later. Montana Shooting Sports Association http://www.mtssa.org

For those of you who don't know Gary Marbut, he has been the driving force behind most, if not all, of the great gun laws we have here in Montana. MTSSA has been successful in getting the state legislature to treat the Second Amendment better than any other state, save possibly Vermont. Now that Arizona and Alaska have permit-less carry they have made giant strides also, but Montana has been gun-friendly for a lot longer, and I have no doubt that Gary will see to it that it gets better still. I'm not yet a resident of Montana, but my wife and I love the land and the people here, and are seriously considering making our home in Montana beginning in 2011. We plan to be there.

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