Senate Bill 656 eliminates the requirement to get training and pass a background check before being legally allowed to carry a concealed weapon in public.
Senate Bill 656 eliminates the requirement to get training and pass a background check before being legally allowed to carry a concealed weapon in public. file photo
Senate Bill 656 eliminates the requirement to get training and pass a background check before being legally allowed to carry a concealed weapon in public. file photo

Missouri Republicans vote to override veto of gun bill

September 14, 2016 07:10 PM

UPDATED September 16, 2016 11:44 AM

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