Guns on trains

The concealed-carry controversy continues with a new Missouri bill.

House Bill 1938 would allow permit holders to carry firearms aboard public transit systems in the state.

A public hearing was held in the Missouri Capitol on Wednesday. Many testified, with those in favor arguing the bill protects Missourians’ right to self-defense while those against argued that more guns would just lead to greater danger.

Read the Missourian’s full coverage of the bill here.

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Author: Zachary Reger

A graduate of the University of Missouri with degrees in journalism, philosophy and film studies, Zach's primary interests lie in political reporting, media production and social philosophy.

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