Idaho’s new concealed carry law is effective this summer but in the meantime there is a caveat.  When Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter signed the bill into law on Friday he did so with a caution.  He’s hoping legislators monitor the change (the permit requirement is gone for people over 21-years-old).  Some are concerned the lack of a training requirement could put pistols into the hands of people who aren’t equipped to intelligently use firearms.

This morning we spoke with Randy Stapilus from Idaho Weekly Briefing about the Governor’s concerns.  It follows a few minutes of discussion about Bernie Sanders’ victory in the state caucus last week.  The concealed carry discussion is the second topic and then we also spent some time discussing the refugee resettlement program.  The segment is below:

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