A great set of bills is moving forward in Wyoming!
Via Casper Star Tribune:
A state legislative committee advanced a pair of bills Tuesday that would permit people to pack heat on college campuses, at state and local government meetings and at the Wyoming Legislature.
After a two-hour morning meeting, the House Judiciary Committee passed House Bill 136, which would allow people to carry firearms on Wyoming college campuses if they had a concealed carry permit.
Four hours later, the committee met again and approved HB137, which allows guns at government meetings and the Legislature – although there are questions about how the bill will affect local boards of education that meet in schools at times when there are children and sporting events occurring.
The bills now head to the Wyoming House floor, where they must pass a series of three votes before proceeding to the Senate.
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