Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Constitutional Carry in Wisconsin?

The bill is on the move. "This bill eliminates the prohibition against going armed with a concealed and dangerous weapon."
A newly floated bill that would allow Wisconsin residents to carry concealed weapons without getting permits, background checks or training would essentially let the state catch up with the latest thinking in gun law, according to backers who call the approach "constitutional carry."

Others, however, seem stunned at the idea that anyone who could lawfully own a gun could carry it just about anywhere, under a coat or in a purse, without any government oversight.

Gun bills trigger applause, dismay
And what did the Iowa legislature do this year regarding "Constitutional Carry?"

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