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South Dakota officials: ‘gold card’ permits seeing delays

Friday, January 6, 2017

Firearms enthusiasts are facing delays getting a new type of state concealed carry permit meant to speed up gun shopping, South Dakota authorities said Thursday.
The “gold card” law went into effect Sunday, but state and local authorities said that permits currently can’t be issued because required federal fingerprint background checks can’t be completed.

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