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Thursday, April 01, 2010

More concealed weapons in Mo. Capitol?

Missouri legislators are considering a bill that would let their aides and employees carry concealed weapons in the statehouse if they have permits. Legislators are already allowed to do so, Jason Noble and David Klepper write this morning. Kansas, meanwhile, doesn't allow anybody to carry concealed in its Capitol.

UPDATE: The legislature is considering other changes, including lowering the age for a concealed-carry permit to 21 from 23. And there's a measure that would extend the Castle Doctrine to people who rent their homes. You can view the CCW-in-the-statehouse measure here.


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