BOISE, Idaho (AP) - An Idaho legislative committee has advanced a bill that would allow 18- to 20-year-olds carry a concealed weapon in city limits without a permit.
People 21 and older already have that right in Idaho. But that law, passed in 2016, excluded 18-to-20-year-olds from carrying a concealed handgun within city limits unless they have a conceal carry permit. Under the proposed law, that exception would go away.
The House State Affairs Committee voted 13-2 to send the legislation to the House floor with a "do pass" recommendation, with all the Republicans on the committee and Pocatello Democrat Rep. Elaine Smith voting in favor. Only Reps. John Gannon and Brooke Green, both Democrats from Boise, were opposed.
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