Bills Would Legalize Conceal & Carry In Wisconsin

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A pair of Republican-backed bills that would legalize the carrying of concealed weapons in Wisconsin are being circulated in the Legislature.

The bills made public Wednesday are tentatively scheduled to be the subject of public hearings in Wausau and Madison on May 12.

Republican leaders of both the Senate and the Assembly told The Associated Press on Wednesday that they do not anticipate voting on the measures this month.

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says he is leaving it up to the sponsors of the bills, Sen. Pam Galloway of Wausau and Rep. Jeff Mursau of Crivitz, to come up with an agreement first.

Wisconsin and Illinois are the only two states without a concealed carry law. The proposal passed twice before but was vetoed by then-Gov. Jim Doyle.

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  • Randy Moss

    As long as Packer fans shoot each other, I’m cool with this.

    • Super Bowl Champs

      How many Super Bowls does the Vikings have? Oh wait that would be a big FAT 000000000000000000000.

  • gene willis

    wow,conceal carry in all these twits halve to do is get rid of the 1000 feet restiction from schools.because if you do not,then you are breaking the law if you are not exactly 3 and a half blocks away in any four simpiler terms of understanding,most schools in a city are more then 500 feet from the next school.which means even if you are one block away from the school,you are still in violation of the 1000 ft law.this is what the gun grabbers and the liberal lefties did when they voted this into law.yea,conceal weapons for wisconsin,as long as they stay in there homes and a 1000 feet from any schools.what a cracker box state we live in!

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