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Wyoming Senate Moves Campus Carry Bills Out Of Committee
  Posted February 16th, 2017 12:44 pm

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After hearing nearly two hours of public testimony, a Senate committee endorsed two proposals that would allow people with concealed-carry permits to take weapons onto Wyoming college campuses and to state and local government meetings.

The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 4-1 Wednesday to send House Bills 136 and 137 to the full Senate for additional debate. The bills have already passed the House.

Supporters of the two proposals say law-abiding citizens who must meet stringent requirements to earn a concealed carry permit shouldn't have their rights infringed upon. They say the measures would improve self-defense in active shooter situations.

"It's restoring our fundamental and natural rights," Rep. Bo Biteman, R-Ranchester and a sponsor of both bills, said.

http://www.dailyprogress.com/wyoming-senate-panel-advances-gun-bills/article_828fe657-7ac5-5282-a006-4370b778a9f6.html

Wyoming Senate Moves Campus Carry Bills Out Of Committee