I'm from a state where I'm afraid to drive with a six-pack of beer in a bag in the back seat and will usually put it in the trunk if I can, so this story floors me. In Montana, drivers were still able to drive and drink alcohol at the same time but that will all end. The Montana House approved the bill 76-21 and will take effect October 1. The story says the delay is to let Montanans "get used to the prohibition". That's the funniest thing I ever heard. Six months to get used to not drinking and driving on the highway.
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