Should burning of waste by individuals be banned?
On April 21, Capitol Times reporter Jessie Opoien wrote:
The Wisconsin Senate voted on Tuesday to repeal the state’s 48-hour waiting period for handgun purchases.
The bill now moves to the Assembly. Gov. Scott Walker has indicated he will sign it into law.
Under current law, adopted in 1976, anyone attempting to purchase a handgun cannot acquire it until 48 hours after a background check has been started. If the Department of Justice needs more time to complete the background check, it can extend the wait by up to three days.
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Do you approve of the new Enterprise Agency pilot program for restructuring Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources?
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Will you apply for a concealed-carry permit?
Concealed-Carry on DNR lands … R U Ready ???
How do the new CCW law changes affect me as a hunter, trapper, recreational vehicle operator or user of DNR lands?
Wisconsin’s Concealed Carry law goes into effect on November 1.
If you are considering applying for a permit to carry a concealed weapon, you should read carefully the information available on the…