Twice the count left the ranks to see whether the object of his interest had any concealed weapon
beneath his clothes.
With ready revolver to compel obedience, she let them up one by one, searching them carefully for concealed weapons
as they stood with hands elevated above their heads.
The bill started out addressing only the courthouse issue, but Steube amended several others onto the bill: Allowing concealed weapon
permits holders to bring guns on private school campuses if there is also a church at the facility; requiring the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to notify a local law enforcement agency when someone tries to buy a firearm but fails the background check; easing punishment for concealed weapon
permit holders who inadvertently show their firearms; and sending a resolution to the federal government asking for a reevaluation of the policy that allows the selling of "bump stocks," which were used by the perpetrator in the recent Las Vegas mass shooting.
Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today released the following statement after the House passed a bill to make it easier to carry concealed weapons
"I'm proud that we have expedited so many concealed weapon
license applications for our active military members and veterans."
In 2009, Edward Peruta, a part-time San Diego resident who owns a company that sends freelance video photographers to shoot dramatic crime scene footage, applied for a concealed weapon
permit and was denied.
can't use this language to deny concealed weapon
Nineteen states have gone the opposite direction and have banned concealed weapons
on college campuses, and in the other 23 states, the decision is left up to the college or university.
"Not surprisingly, most Utahns think concealed weapons
in classrooms has a positive effect on school safety," Schoot wrote.
A shopper carrying a concealed weapon
may have ended the shooting spree by aiming his own gun at the killer and making eye contact.
Mike Beebe for the signature that he says he will execute, so churches and other places of worship in Arkansas will in the future be free to allow persons licensed to carry concealed weapons
to pack heat in the pews.
A bill before the Arkansas Legislature would close to public view that state's list of concealed weapon