South Dakota lawmaker proposes change to gun permit laws.

For many in Siouxland getting a gun means applying for…

For many in Siouxland getting a gun means applying for a permit, but in one part of the Tri–State that law could change.

Currently, South Dakota law requires people to have a permit if they want to carry a concealed weapon. One state lawmaker is trying to change that.

You can legally carry a gun anywhere in South Dakota as long as you have a permit. But a Representative for Rapid City wrote a bill to change that.

“All it does is does away with permit system. If I want to carry a concealed weapon, I don’t have to have a permit to carry one,” said Rep. Don Kopp, (R) Rapid City.

Union County Sheriff Dan Limoges thinks that is a bad idea.

Read the rest of the article at KPTH.

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