Iowa Bill to Eliminate Gun Licenses Shot Down

DES MOINES, IA (Ben Caxton) — Despite support from at least 15 Iowa state senators, a proposal to eliminate all licensing requirements for firearms in the state has been quietly shelved. Supporters say requiring permits and fees to own a gun contradicts the constitutional right to keep and bear arms. So-called “Constitutional Carry” laws have been passed in 14-states, including South Dakota, where the governor signed the bill into law on February 1st.

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