A bill that has moved to the Senate after gaining House approval on Wednesday would let gun owners with the proper permits carry concealed firearms into other states where their guns are also legal. The measure passed 231-198, but it faces a 60-vote hurdle for Senate approval in case of a Democratic filibuster.
House OKs bill to ease concealed carrying of firearms from state to state
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