OKLAHOMA CITY —Gov. Kevin Stitt on Wednesday signed a bill that would allow some Oklahomans to carry a firearm without a permit into law.
House Bill 2597 was the first bill Stitt has signed into law since he was elected Oklahoma's 28th governor. He signed the bill a couple hours after the state Senate passed it.
House Bill 2597, also known as the "constitutional carry" bill and was authored by Senate Major Leader Kim David and Rep. Jon Echols, passed Wednesday with a 40-6 vote.
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Constitutional Carry in Oklahoma
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