http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/news/local/7055207.htm?ERIGHTS=566185421856922330kansascity::firstname.lastname@example.org&KRD_RM=2kkqkijjmjjjliiiiiiiiiiinl|Erin+|Y Under pressure to do something about lawlessness — and especially Jesse James — Missouri in 1875 inserted language in its constitution to regulate concealed weapons. The 68 delegates to the constitutional convention assembled in May in Jefferson City for what would be four months of forging a new governing document for the frontier state, reports the Kansas City Star. The . . .
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