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Wyoming looks to ban gun-free zones

Fort Fetterman Sportsman's Association | Published on 3/3/2024
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The bill does not have bearing on private property, but does drastically change where gun bans would be allowed on state, county and town property. The version of House Bill 125 that emerged from the House specifies only a few government spaces where concealed firearms could still be prohibited. 


House Bill 125 has been referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where it would be worked by Sens. Bill Landen (R-Casper), Cale Case (R-Lander), Ed Cooper (R-Ten Sleep), Dan Furphy (R-Laramie) and Wendy Shuler (R-Evanston). As of Thursday afternoon, HB 125 was not appearing in the Senate Judiciary’s calendar on, but Haroldson told WyoFile it will be considered on Monday — the last day for bills to be reported out of committee in the second chamber. 

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