Vos says for GOP permitless carry bill to pass Assembly, caucus would have to reach consensus

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said before a GOP permitless carry bill could pass his chamber, a consensus would need to be reached between backers and those who think the current system works well.
Vos, R-Rochester, told reporters this afternoon that the Senate has been working on some changes to the bill, authored by Sen. David Craig and Rep. Mary Felzkowski.
Still, he said, the Assembly GOP hasn’t yet caucused on the bill. But he noted there were individuals like Gov. Scott Walker who think existing law provides a “robust opportunity for people to have protection with a weapon.” Vos said he was...

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