Concealed carry law starts in South Dakota

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Starting today, conceal carry laws in South Dakota are dramatically changing.

The new gun law eliminates the permit requirements to carry a concealed weapon. It also allows juveniles to carry a concealed weapon as long as they’re with a parent or legal guardian.

This makes South Dakota the 14th state in the country to not require a permit to carry concealed.

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