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Alabama law enforcement officials are teaming up to host a workshop to educate local residents about the new gun laws.

The Dallas County Sheriff Harris Huffman and Selma Chief of Police William Riley will offer the opportunity for residents to ask questions about new gun laws.

Riley said many residents think they can now carry guns openly without a permit, which is false.  “We want residents to get the best understanding as possible and instead of going on hearsay or what someone is telling them, it’s important for them to hear what we have interpreted as the expectations of this particular law,” Riley said

Read more at The Selma Times-Journal.

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