Norman LaRue was camping with friends on the San Carlos
Indian Reservaton in Arizona when he heard a commotion. A black
bear had grabbed one of his friends and was trying to drag the man
away. LaRue opened fire with his .357 Mag. revolver, forcing the
bruin to release his injured fellow camper.
Yesterday, the Senate voted 28-16 to pass House Bill 3094, the open carry bill. Though the constitutional carry amendment failed, the Senate did manage to adopt an amendment to eliminate the fee for a Concealed Weapons Permit (CWP). ...
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