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    House Bill 506

    Here's a bill we need to watch, since it's already passed the house.

    http://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/201.../HB/HB0506.xml

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    I see this passing the Senate easily with little or no change. The training requirement/endorsement is so stupid. Why don't the prosecutors and public defenders need training? Oh wait, they're lawyers just like most of the legislature.

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    From what I can tell, the public defenders and prosecutors do have a training requirement. It's listed right past the long list of people allowed to carry. Also, training is not required for those who have or want to have CHLs, but voluntary training let's you carry anywhere except during court proceedings, places on nuisance, and LEO stations. This would be full school carry, both colleges and K-12. I just hope it's not a step towards mandatory training.

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    Thanks for pointing out the training requirements for the prosecutors and public defenders.

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    Mandatory training is meaningless if we can get 97-37 clarified to not be unconstitutional (remove "or in part).

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    I say AGAIN.........

    http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...deadly-weapons

    The "fix" is SIMPLE

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    looks to me the state seems to be conserned about the possibility of civil unrest in the near future hummmm.......maybe they see something coming that we haven't noticed

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    HB 506 is now on the Senate floor. Looks like it's a go for launch, hopefully, after today.
    Last edited by DCKilla; 02-25-2011 at 09:08 AM.

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    This was signed by the governor last Friday and will take effect July 1st. It's something I guess. It doesn't cover the "in part" BS, maybe next year.

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