West Virginia Senate Bill 347, which would have allowed West Virginians to carry a concealed weapon without a permit, passed the State House (32 to 2) and State Senate (30 to 4) by wide margins. However, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has vetoed the measure. One group, the Firearms Policy Coalition, said the veto might have
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