New effort to allow carrying concealed weapons is compromise for more gun control
There's a new effort to let Wisconsinites carry concealed weapons.
But this time, Milwaukee's police chief and district attorney are floating the idea, as part of a compromise to create tougher gun control laws.
Chief Ed Flynn and District Attorney John Chisholm say they want to require background checks for the buyers of all guns in Wisconsin including those at gun shows.
And if they have to cut a deal by allowing concealed carry, so be it.