South Dakota House votes against guns in Capitol
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota public officials will not be allowed to carry guns in the state Capitol.
A bill allowing legislators to pack heat in public buildings failed to pass the House with 49 representatives voting against it and 18 in support. It would have applied to state and local elected officials with concealed weapons permits.
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