CHEYENNE The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday gave the nod to a pair of bills, which would allow concealed weapons to be carried on college campuses and into government meetings across the state.
Both bills cleared the Wyoming House of Representatives before moving on to the Senate.
House Bill 136 allows individuals with concealed carry permits to go armed on college campuses, doing away with so-called gun-free zones. The companion bill, HB 137, would allow anyone concealed carry permit holder or not to enter any government meeting armed, including sessions of the Wyoming Legislature.
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