Oklahoma Governor Vetoes Constitutional Carry Bill

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin vetoed a bill on Friday that would’ve let state residents 21 and older carry concealed handguns without passing a training course and obtaining a permit.

While SB 1212 passed both houses of Oklahoma’s legislature with overwhelming support, the Republican governor called the state’s current laws on the books as “effective, appropriate and minimal.” Furthermore, she said it would have limited law enforcement’s ability to distinguish whether someone carrying a pistol has been trained and vetted, or not. With Fallin’s second term coming to an end this year do you think we’ll see Oklahoma voting someone in office who’d sign a pro Constitutional Carry bill? Let us know in the comments!

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