A new court challenge to Missouri’s concealed weapons law is expected to come from St. Louis County within a few days. A spokesman for the County Police Department says the law amounts to an illegal unfunded mandate. St. Louis County is refusing applications for concealed weapons. The county says the law causes the county to incur processing costs that exceed the fees it can charge. The State Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the law itself, but has invited challenges on the fees issue.