Senate bill revived protecting gun owners from misconduct charge - KMSP-TV

Senate bill revived protecting gun owners from misconduct charges

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Arizona's State Senators have re-introduced a bill that would let gun owners bring a gun into a building banning firearms if the building does not have storage lockers.

The creator of the bill, Senator Rick Murphy, re-introduced the bill after it failed in a tow vote last week.

This week the Senate voted 16-13 to approve the bill Monday.

Under the proposed bill, it would exempt gun owners from a misdemeanor misconduct involving weapon's charge.

The House of Representatives passed a bill that would allow concealed carry permit holders to bring firearms into government buildings.

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