The "Common Sense Lawful Carry" bill has gone through several changes since it was first introduced. Introduced by Sen. Mitch Seabaugh, R Sharpsburg, the bill was presented in a committee meeting that lasted nearly three hours Monday. The "committee substitute" to Senate Bill 308 incorporated changes answering some concerns that had been raised since the bill was originally introduced. "Legislation goes through a process. You can introduce a bill, but after that, a lot of fingers are in the pie," Seabaugh said following the hearing. "There is a lot of fluctuation that can happen with what goes into the legislation," he said.
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