After ‘playing Candyland’, permitless carry legislation poised to become law in Indiana

Full Story: Legislation to allow handguns to be carried without a permit appears poised to pass after last minute maneuvering by Indiana legislators.

Indiana may soon join 21 other states which have adopted similar measures, but one major problem worries law enforcement officers and even those in favor of permitless carry.

The current system allows officers to look up whether someone is eligible to carry a handgun. Most agree it works well.

For detectives Hadley Goodman and Chris Egan, the change could have a significant impact on their work. They routinely see the impact of gun violence on their community.

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