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Gov. Pillen signs permitless concealed carry bill into Nebraska law

Sometime this summer, Nebraskans will be allowed to carry concealed weapons without a permit under a new law signed by Gov. Jim Pillen Tuesday. Pillen signed Legislative Bill 77 into law at a press conference Tuesday afternoon, a week after the bill was passed by state lawmakers in a 33-14 vote following three rounds of debate. Pillen said the bill upholds the right to bear arms enshrined in both the U.S. and Nebraska Constitutions.

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