The Wisconsin Department of Justice will continue to issue concealed carry permits under a second round of temporary procedural rules proposed this week. Permanent regulations have been proposed but are awaiting approval in both the state Senate and Assembly. The new temporary rules will ensure that the Department can continue to issue concealed carry permits until the state legislature approves the permanent regulations when the new legislative session convenes in January.
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Wisconsin: Right-to-Carry Law Celebrates its First Anniversary
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