Legislation vetoed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon eliminates the requirement to get a permit to legally walk around in public with concealed guns and creates a “stand your ground” law.
Legislation vetoed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon eliminates the requirement to get a permit to legally walk around in public with concealed guns and creates a “stand your ground” law. File photo by DAVID PULLIAM dpulliam@kcstar.com
Legislation vetoed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon eliminates the requirement to get a permit to legally walk around in public with concealed guns and creates a “stand your ground” law. File photo by DAVID PULLIAM dpulliam@kcstar.com
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