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RACINE, Wisc.–  One Wisconsin Police Chief understands a retired officers’ preference to carry a gun after his time of public service and is working to change this policy to match a federal law that allows retired officers the opportunity to become certified to carry concealed weapons.  The program would require an officer to pay $100.00 annually to obtain and keep their concealed carry permit, a fee that would also include the cost of ammunition and training.  For more details on this, click here and return back to comment.

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