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Senate Committee Passes Amended AB 169

By John Forester | September 19, 2017

“A state Senate committee on Tuesday approved a bill that would allow people to carry concealed guns without getting training or state permits and in some cases bring them onto school grounds. 

The Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee signed off on the bill 3-2, with all Republicans for it and all Democrats against it. The wide-ranging legislation would also allow people to carry Tasers without training or permits and would allow felons to carry muzzle loaders.”

Check out the remainder of the news story penned by Patrick Marley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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