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Alabama lawmakers are considering a controversial bill that would do away with the requirement of a conceal and carry permit.

Anyone who owns a gun could travel with that gun in their car or hidden on their person without any consequences.

This bill has raised a lot of questions, most notably from the law enforcement community.

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While some say this promotes second amendment rights, not everyone is on board.

If you want to conceal a gun and go out into public, you need a conceal and carry permit from your sheriff’s office.

It only costs $20 in Montgomery.

But you might not need that for much longer.

“I think it’s a bad law and I don’t think it’s right for our community,” said Montgomery County Sheriff Derrick Cunningham.

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