MO Eliminates Training, Permits for Carrying Concealed Guns

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Republicans in the Missouri legislature used a parliamentary maneuver to kill a Democratic filibuster and override Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of a bill eliminating training and permit requirements to carry a concealed gun in public, reports the Kansas City Star. The bill becomes law in 30 days. Previously, gun owners could carry a concealed weapon in public by passing a criminal background check and completing a gun . . .

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