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Iowa Sheriffs don't want to give up control of concealed gun permits

Saturday, February 16, 2008

There was an outcry at the statehouse Wednesday from county sheriffs objecting to a bill they say would make it harder for them to deny permits to carry concealed weapons. The bill changes Iowa law to say the sheriff shall issue a permit except for a limited list of reasons. Representative Clel Baudler, a Republican from Greenfield and NRA Board member, says there needs to be more consistency statewide in issuing the permits.

Read Original at: RadioIowa.com

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