Wisconsin Gov’s Concealed-Carry Bill Veto Upheld

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By a single vote, the Wisconsin Assembly upheld on Gov. Jim Doyle’s veto of a bill making it easier to carry concealed weapons. Capitol News Service said 66 votes were needed to to override the veto; the final vote was 65 to 34. Rep. Wayne Wood, a Janesville Democrat who voted to override, said, “This
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