Missouri’s Attorney General wants to see a fix to the state’s conceal and carry law but he’s not pushing for that fix to get done in any hurry. The State Supreme Court ruled the idea of conceal and carry weapons is okay, but the Court also ruled there are unfunded mandate concerns for counties that the legislature needs to fix. Time ran out in the regular session last May before lawmakers could come with the financial fix and Attorney General Jay Nixon says he’s disappointed the Legislature wasn’t able to get that done. But Nixon is not so disappointed that he would recommend to the Governor that lawmakers should take up the issue during a special session to run with next week’s veto session. Nixon looks for the fix to come during the next regular session slated to start in January.