Indiana Lawmakers met yesterday to discuss allowing Indiana residents to carry loaded firearms without a license.

The lawmakers meet during a public meeting in Indianopius yesterday and discussed the possibility of getting rid of the law that requires a license for gun owners.

The current law states that gun holders must pass a criminal background check and be at least 18 years old to obtain a license.

During the meeting, some representatives questioned if requiring the permit is constitutional.

If the proposal does pass from the committee, it could be introduced as a bill in January of 2018.

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