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Former FBI Agents Association Applauds New Bill That Will Ease Restrictions on Concealed Weapons for Law Enforcement

Ed Burke

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com
 
The Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is applauding members of Congress who will introduce legislation Wednesday that eases restrictions on carrying a concealed weapon for current and retired law enforcement officers.

The proposed legislation would expand the locations where retired law enforcement officers can carry a concealed firearm while standardizing magazine requirements, reforming qualification standards and allowing qualified officers to carry on private and state property otherwise open to the public.

“The enactment of this proposed legislation will better allow our members and other retired law enforcement officers to provide additional safety throughout the country,” said Ed Burke, National President of the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in a statement.  “The enactment of this proposed legislation will better allow our members and other retired law enforcement officers to provide additional safety throughout the country.”


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