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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Should Mo. lower age for concealed weapons?

Missouri legislators are considering a bill that would lower the minimum age for getting a concealed-carry permit to 21. Right now, it's 23 -- one of, if not THE, oldest in the country. The measure is still in the House, where it needs another vote before it heads to the state Senate.


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