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Saturday, April 17, 2010

Ariz. to allow concealed-carry without permits

The governor just signed the law, so it'll take effect in a few months. Two other states, Alaska and Vermont, already have similar rules. There are two caveats. One, people carrying concealed must tell police if they're asked. Also, police can temporarily take a concealed weapon from a person, even during traffic stops, the Arizona Republic reports. No gun-safety classes will be required.


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