The Missouri House has passed yet another bill that would expand the rights of gun owners and reduce the role of the state Department of Revenue.
Legislation that would repeal public assistance for some immigrants is being considered by a Missouri House committee.
Legislation that would add gun owners to the state’s list of protected minority groups has passed the Missouri House.
Under the bill, gun owners who carry their firearms with them in a lawful manner (i.e. possess a concealed-carry permit) cannot be fired, denied benefits, or otherwise discriminated against. It was sponsored by State Rep. Wanda Brown (R, Cole Camp).
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