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Starting July 1st, You Don’t Need A Permit To Have A Gun In Florida

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Monday night, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill that would eliminate licensing requirements for Florida residents to carry a concealed firearm in most public places.


Starting July 1 st people here in Florida who can legally own a gun will be allowed to carry one without training.


Florida residents will no longer have to obtain a permit, while training and a background check will not be required.


The Sunshine State will now become the 26th state in the union, which does not require a concealed weapons license.