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gun rights

  

In December, Governor Asa Hutchinson issued a memorandum to Col. Bill Bryant, director of Arkansas State Police as well as to state prosecutors declaring that the open carry of a handguns is protected by law and allowed, except for unlawful use and in certain restricted places. The governor wrote that the purpose of his guidance was to resolve confusion regarding the state’s gun possession law, amended five years ago.

The statute, as written, however remains open to interpretation.

U.S. Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR) discussed the fiscal matters facing the new Congress, the new gun law proposals, and his support for building the Keystone XL pipeline, in his monthly visit with KASU. Click on the "Listen" link to hear the entire interview...

U.S. Representative Rick Crawford (R-AR) took issue with the vision for America that the President outlined in his second Inaugural Address. He also discussed spending control, gun laws, abortion and more in his monthly visit with KASU. Click on the "Listen" link to hear the entire interview...

U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) talked about the upcoming debt ceiling debate, the need to reign in federal spending, the President's proposals on gun laws, and more in his monthly visit with KASU. Click on the "Listen" link to hear the entire interview...

In his monthly visit with KASU, U-S Senator John Boozman discussed legislation that would allow conceal-carry permits to be recognized across state lines. He also promoted opening trade with African nations, discussed budget issues and gas prices, and gave his view of the many tense situations in the Middle East. Hear the complete interview here....