Maine Gov. Paul LePage has signed a bill that will allow residents to carry a concealed handgun without obtaining a permit.
Maine will become the sixth state in the country with such a policy when the law goes into effect 90 days after lawmakers adjourn later this month.
Supporters of the bill signed Wednesday say permits are a burden on responsible gun owners and don’t prevent bad people from carrying firearms.
But critics say it’s essential to ensure the public’s safety.
While background checks are required by federal law when someone purchases a gun at a licensed gun dealer, they aren’t required for private sales in Maine.
The bill deeply divided Maine’s law enforcement community.
Maine State Police supported it, but many local law enforcement agencies opposed it.
Big problem for White Americans--most are childless singles and couples and worse for the future--Homosexuality is rampant. For America to function,needs more slave population coming in.. biggest mistake is putting a B/W gay president--man is sick!
"People should and do trust me." ShillaryYeah if they have just come out of a 50 year coma.
Never give them,always be armed and take out anyone who would try to take your property.
Maybe in some states but where I'm from everyone packs and will not hesitate to give thugs a dirt nap.
IDK, she could play Dick Cheney's trick of getting a new heart every few years.
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