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United States

24 February 2011

Associated Press

COLUMBIA - Gun-rights activists applauded a vote Thursday that would allow South Carolina citizens to carry a concealed weapon without a permit. The measure, which applies to any resident at least 21 years old who can legally own a gun, has bipartisan support in this gun-friendly state. A House panel voted unanimously to advance the amended bill to the full Judiciary Committee. South Carolina's top law enforcement officer said allowing law-abiding citizens to carry... (GunPolicy.org)

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