By Dean Weingarten
Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)- An interesting variation on constitutional carry has been introduced in the 2015 Utah legislature. Constitutional carry, that is, concealed or open carry of a weapon without the requirement to first obtain permission from the government, passed with veto proof majorities in 2013. It was vetoed by Governor Herbert, and the 2013 legislature did not have the political will to hold an override session. Now the same legislator, Curtis Oda, pictured above, has introduced the same bill under a new number.
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