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Posted on February 9, 2009
Though local police departments are required to issue concealed weapons permits, there is no uniform application standard.
A behind the scenes tug of war has been going on between the state's police chiefs and gun ownership advocates over how local departments should decide who is allowed to carry a concealed firearm in public.
Read Original at: The Providence Journal
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