Montana lawmakers shelve indecent exposure bill amid bias charges

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Montana lawmakers have shelved a bill that would have broadened the definition of what constitutes indecent exposure, but which opponents said could be used to target women wearing revealing tops or form-fitting garments like yoga pants.  The Republican lawmaker who crafted the legislation said it was designed to outlaw events such as an organized bike ride last fall near the University of Montana campus in Missoula that saw naked men and women cycling on city streets. Montana Representative David Moore said he was among local residents who were offended by the “Dare to be Bare” event. USA, LLC OnDeck