A bill is being introduced in Grand Junction, Colorado by a local legislator to the Colorado State House, to allow law-abiding gun owners to carry concealed weapons without a permit.

The controversial bill is being co-sponsored by State House District 54 Representative Jared Wright just days into the 2014 legislative session.

Colorado is currently an Open Carry State, meaning legal gun owning citizens are authorized to carry guns on them in public, but they must possesses a permit to have a hidden firearm on them.

I really truly believe it’s more of a revenue generator for government to be able to charge them to practice a constitutional right,” said Wright.
As of now the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department reports there are 8,224 active Concealed Handgun Permits issued by the county.

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