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Bill allowing permitless concealed carry in Louisiana heads to the governor's desk for signature

  • Louisiana lawmakers approved a bill allowing permitless concealed carry for residents 18 and older, set to become law after Gov. Jeff Landry's expected approval.
  • The bill would make Louisiana the 28th state to allow concealed carry without a permit, effective on July 4, applying to individuals as young as 18.
  • Supporters argue the bill is a constitutional right while opponents, including law enforcement, fear increased risks of firearms in dangerous hands.
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