Governor Steve Bullock has rejected bills that include two gun measures and two bison proposals on the last day he could do so.

House Bill 240 would have allowed college students to have guns on campus and House Bill 205 would have permitted hunters to use sound-reduction devices.

Both were vetoed on Monday - Bullock's deadline to take action on bills.

Bullock also rejected measures aimed at restricting bison movement and making Fish, Wildlife and Parks liable for any property damages caused by bison.

Bullock vetoed House Bill 297, which would have penalized businesses if they employed workers who came to the country illegally.

He also rejected Senate Bill 148, which would have limited the amount of compensation an employee who had been illegally fired could collect.