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Alabama Senate committee narrowly rejects concealed carry bill

Gerald Allen of Tuscaloosa. Senate Tourism and Marketing Committee voted on Republican Sen. Gerald Allen of Tuscaloosa. A motion to advance to the Senate floor failed on a 6-5 vote.All said people should be ready to exercise their constitutional right to bear arms without paying a fee.The legislation is backed by rights groups including the National Rifle Association The proposal has come under opposition from state sheriffs and the group Moms Demand Action. Sheriffs have said they are needed for public safety.

A legislative committee has narrowly rejected a proposal to allow people to carry concealed handguns in public without getting a special permit.

Gerald Allen of Tuscaloosa. Senate Tourism and Marketing Committee. A motion to advance the bill to the Senate floor failed on a 6-5 vote.

Allen said people should be able to exercise their constitutional right to bear arms without paying a fee.

The legislation is backed by rights groups including the National Rifle Association.

The proposal has come under opposition from state sheriffs and the group Moms Demand Action. Sheriffs have said they are needed for public safety.

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