By Bob Beck
Cheyenne, Wyo. – Wyoming residents will soon be able to carry concealed guns without a permit. Governor Matt Mead signed the measure into law, saying that it was a good bill for Wyoming citizens.
It makes Wyoming the fourth state to enact such legislation. Casper Senator Kit Jennings says he believes more states will vote to do the same. "I think this is a historic bill," he said. "I think a lot of states will follow us. As usual, Wyoming is a trend setter."
Longtime gun rights advocate and Thermopolis Representative Lorraine Quarberg says that, thanks to the governor, Wyoming residents' rights have been restored.