Over objections of the National Rifle Association and some Republican lawmakers, anyone wishing to carry a concealed weapon in Wisconsin would have to undergo four hours of training even though the law does not require that. Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen, a Republican, put the four hour requirement in proposed rules implementing the law that takes effect on Nov. 1. The Department of Justice submitted the rules to Gov. Scott Walker for his consideration on Oct. 7. The governor is reviewing those rules, his spokesman Cullen Werwie said Thursday.
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