Does Governor Scott Walker want concealed carry to include training and permitting provisions? A version of concealed carry which includes neither passed a Senate committee on Wednesday. Walker, asked about the issue, appeared to have no preference one way or another. “I’ve repeatedly said throughout the campaign I’m a supporter of a right to carry,” he said. “I supported the legislation that Governor Doyle in the past vetoed repeatedly. Whether it’s that or something similar to that, I’d be happy to have that cross my desk.” A competing version of concealed carry would require permitting, and establish a database of permit holders accessible to law enforcement. Doyle vetoed concealed carry legislation twice. “That legislation included both a permit and training requirement. I’d be happy to sign that, and will look at whatever options may be before us between now and the end of the legislative session,” Walker said.
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