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Senators need to simplify concealed carry rules

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

No matter how many bills are considered in Congress, there always will be two distinct camps of gun owners in America. There will be responsible citizens who abide by the law, and there will be criminals whose actions will not be guided by the law. That's just the way it is. (A recent) argument was whether to allow properly permitted concealed carry gun owners to tote their weapons in any of the 48 states that allow concealed carry. The measure received a solid majority of support in the Senate -- 58 39 -- but two votes shy of the 60 needed to add the measure to a defense bill.

Read Original at: The Hayes Daily News (KS)

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