The Senate unanimously passed two concealed carry bills on Monday, including one that expands the number of weapons that wouldn't require a permit under Idaho's concealed weapons rules.
Both proposals have already received a nod from the House and were headed to the desk of Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter for his signature.
One of the bills carves out an exemption in the concealed weapons law for Tasers, pepper spray and knives with blades shorter than 4 inches, including kitchen knives. People who carry the items wouldn't need a permit.
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