Governor Bob Holden says it will not do any good for the Legislature to send him a bill solving the financial problems of the concealed weapons bill. He’ll veto it. The State Supreme Court says it’s legal to get a license for a concealed weapon. But the Court says there may be an unfunded mandate concern with the fees the state allows counties to charge for processing applications. Some counties complain their costs are not covered by those fees – and that’s unconstitutional. Holden vetoed the original concealed weapons bill. The Legislature enacted it over his veto.
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