Missouri Gov Vetoes Bill To Eliminate “Concealed Carry” Permits

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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon today vetoed legislation that would have eliminated the requirement for a permit to walk around in public with concealed guns, reports the Kansas City Star. The wide-ranging gun bill would have implemented a controversial “stand your ground” law, which says people no longer have a duty to try to retreat before using lethal force if they think their life . . .

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