Conceal Carrying Firearms May Become Easier in Missouri

Missouri lawmakers are looking over several proposals that would make it easier to carry a concealed gun. A House panel heard testimony Monday on whether to allow people to conceal their guns without a permit in places where they would otherwise be allowed to carry openly. Another proposal would allow people applying for a concealed carry permit to complete part of their safety training online. Lawmakers are also considering a measure that would require any place of worship to post a sign if it prohibits people from carrying concealed guns on the property.


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