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The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) applauds the Montana legislature and Governor Steve Bullock for agreeing to make Montana a very knife friendly state.
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“We are excited that we have been able to get SB 5782 this far in the legislative process, and are working to get it passed in the House and signed by Governor Jay Inslee before the session ends in April,” said Jan Billeb, AKTI Executive Director.
“Traveling across this country can be stressful and time-consuming enough,” Wyden said.“Folks shouldn’t have to go through the ringer just to transport legal and securely stowed knives to their destination.”