Wisc. Repeal Of Concealed Weapons Ban Faces Veto

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Wisconsin’s legislators are poised to repeal an 1870-era ban on concealed weapons, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says. The bill would require county sheriffs to issue permits to those 21 and older who take a training course and meet other criteria. Gov. Jim Doyle plans to veto it. The newspaper says officials in other states that
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