OKLAHOMA CITY -- Gun legislation that would allow adult residents to carry a gun without a permit is moving forward at the Oklahoma Capitol.
On Wednesday, senators passed the so-called "Constitutional Carry" law in committee, and now it heads to the full Senate.
The measure passed the full House last week.
Nearly identical bills to this one cleared the Oklahoma House and Senate last year, but then-Gov. Mary Fallin vetoed the legislation over opposition from law enforcement and concerns about the elimination of training and background checks.
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