Opponents To Sue Over Mo. Concealed-Carry Law

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http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/6957487.htm Gun-control advocates in Missouri may file suit today to block law that allows residents to carry concealed weapons. The law, scheduled to take effect Saturday, makes most state residents eligible for a permit to carry a concealed gun after taking eight hours of weapons training and passing a shooting test. The Kansas City Star says that one plaintiff is Kansas City Mayor Pro Tem and Councilman Alvin Brooks, who fears the new law will promote more violence. "I had . . .

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