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Strange Montana City Laws
Strange Montana City Laws
Montana is a beautiful state, not many states can compare to her. However, when it comes to laws Montana may not quite be on the cutting edge. It seems that our cities in particular might have a little difficulty making sound judgements when it comes to city laws. Some of these laws may have been relevant at one time, but others I’m not sure were ever, or will ever, be relevant.
Banning Cell Phone Use While Driving in Missoula Being Considered [SURVEY]
Banning Cell Phone Use While Driving in Missoula Being Considered [SURVEY]
Should the city of Missoula consider banning cell phone use while driving? At least one councilman seems to think so. As it stands, texting and driving has been banned, however driving and making a phone call is still allowed. Dave Stromaier of the Missoula City Council is hoping to see to a change in that ruling.
Ten of the Weirdest Montana Laws
Ten of the Weirdest Montana Laws
Ten of the strangest, dumbest and oddest laws in Montana. 1. In Excelsior Springs, Montana, you are not allowed to "worry the squirrels." 2. In Billings, bands or other performing artists cannot leave the stage anywhere alcohol is served. 3. In Montana, it is illegal for married women to go fishing alone on Sundays, and illegal for unmarried women to fish alone at all.