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Concern rises over lax gun bills in OK

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TULSA, OK (KTUL) -- A group is voicing their concerns about the carrying of guns on campus and carrying guns without a permit.

 “25 gun bills before the state legislature is excessive and just the wrong focus," said Sara Lenet with Moms Demand Action for Guns Sense in America. “The push for more guns with fewer restrictions with more places does not result in safer Oklahoma… There have to be reasonable limits on responsible gun ownership…”

"Mom’s Demand Action for Guns Sense in America" does believe in the second amendment right. The two bills the group is focused on are currently being discussed in committee.

Information provided by KTUL. 

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