Backlash Rolls In Over Oklahoma ‘Constitutional Carry’ Gun Bill

OKLAHOMA CITY – Backlash is starting to roll in over a gun bill that passed the Oklahoma House of Representatives. It allows anyone over 21 – who does not have a felony conviction – to carry a handgun without a permit. If the bill is signed into law, Oklahoma would be the 14th state not to require any certification to carry a handgun. The Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce says the bill strips property and business owners’ rights to regulate who can carry weapons in their buildings, and it could force large gun-free conventions to leave the state. The bill now heads to the Senate. 4/25/2018 Related Story: OK House Of Representatives Pass "Constitutional Carry" Bill

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