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Smallest MO counties not set to issue concealed-carry permits

   Some Missouri counties aren't prepared to issue concealed-carry permits even though a law giving them that responsibility took effect last week. The Southeast Missourian reports that the holdup is occurring in some of the smallest counties in the state.  

   Bollinger County Sheriff Darin Shell says small counties like his are waiting to receive grant money from the Missouri Sheriff's Association to purchase software that allows them to issue the permits.

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