A hearing on whether Missouri’s concealed carry gun law should be allowed to go into effect has wrapped up without a ruling from the judge in the case. The hearing lasted several hours, featuring testimony from supporters of the gun law, who want the temporary injunction lifted, and from opponents, who say the law is unconstitutional. They want the temporary injunction made permanent. State Representative Larry Crawford of California, the House Sponsor of the legislation, travelled to St. Louis for the hearing. He says the judge wants more time to think about the arguments made. As for the temporary injunction, it remains in effect. The judge has issued no timetable regarding when his decision will be made. Crawford says the ruling, no matter which way it goes, is all but certain to be appealed to the State Supreme Court.