Gun bill passes WV House, on to Senate
By LACIE PIERSON, Herald-Dispatch
The West Virginia House of Delegates passed a bill Tuesday that would make it legal for citizens of the state to carry concealed weapons without a permit, as long as they meet certain requirements.
Delegates debated for about three hours through 14 proposed amendments before passing the bill by a vote of 68-31 with one member not present.
The bill will advance to the Senate...