Protest against virus restrictions held at Montana Capitol
HELENA, Mont. (Independent Record) — Armed demonstrators were among a group gathered at the Montana Capitol to protest the state government’s response to the coronavirus.
The Independent Record reported about 60 protesters convened outside the Capitol building in Helena Wednesday.
Some demonstrators carried guns and others held signs, including many that referenced Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock.
Bullock enacted travel restrictions and a stay-at-home order March 28 in response to the spread of COVID-19.
Bullock lifted the stay-at-home order for individuals April 26 and for many nonessential businesses April 27 as part of a phased reopening plan, while keeping some social distancing requirements in place.