DENVER (AP) — Gun owners seeking a concealed-carry permit would have to take required gun courses in person, not online, under a bill given initial approval in the Colorado Senate Friday.
The gun-training bill was the least divisive of seven gun measures under debate Friday. Republicans did not oppose the training bill, which would allow some online gun education for permit-seekers, but would require at least some portions be taught in person.
The gun-training bill faces a more formal vote next week before heading to the House.
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