South Carolina House Advances Permitless Carry Bill

(Columbia, SC) -- The South Carolina House is advancing a bill to allow handguns to be carried without a permit. 

Republicans supported the measure in a 90 to 30 vote Wednesday. 

The bill now moves to the South Carolina Senate for consideration.

If passed, guns would still be prohibited from being brought into a number of public spaces, including courthouses, polling places, detention centers, and doctor's offices.

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