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In West Virginia, one local lawmaker wants to see changes when it comes to the state’s concealed carry laws, when the legislative session kicks off next month.

Delegate Michael Folk wants to propose a constitutional carry bill, meaning gun owners don’t need a permit or attend gun-training to possess a concealed weapon in public. Folk says crime will not be affected if people start carrying concealed weapons without permits nor training.

Read more at: http://www.your4state.com/story/.

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