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10 July 2011

Fox News (USA) / AP

MILWAUKEE – Wisconsin residents who want to carry a concealed handgun legally need to be trained first -- but the state's new law could allow applicants to satisfy that requirement without ever touching a gun. The concealed-carry measure became law when Republican Gov. Scott Walker signed it Friday. A few minor parts take effect right away but most aspects don't go into effect until November. The law, which now leaves Illinois as the only state without some sort of... (GunPolicy.org)

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