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Wisconsin: Panel sides with NRA, nixes four hour handgun training rule

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Applicants to carry concealed weapons in Wisconsin will no longer have to complete four hours of training, after a Republican controlled legislative committee voted Monday to do away with the requirement that had been assailed by the National Rifle Association as being too strict.

Read Original at: The Associated Press

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