State Lawmaker Asks Governor To Allow Concealed Carry At State House

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AUGUSTA, ME (WABI) A state lawmaker asked Governor LePage to let legislators carry concealed weapons at the State House.

Representative Richard Cebra sent the letter to the Governor in response to Wednesday's shooting of a congressman at a baseball field in Virginia.

Cebra believes letting lawmakers carry weapons would add another layer of protection.

A spokesman said the Governor is not opposed to concealed carry in the State House but hasn't taken any action on the request.

Cebra believes letting lawmakers carry weapons would add another layer of protection.