Senate Bill 2 would require Delawareans planning to buy a handgun to get a permit, unless they are a qualified law-enforcement officer, are retired law-enforcement officer or have a concealed weapons permit. (Photo by Tima Miroshnichenko from Pexels)

Handgun permitting bill generates intense discussion

Sam HautGovernment, Headlines

Dotted around the committee hearing room were around a dozen people wearing red “Moms Demand Action” shirts, who gave tearful accounts of why Delaware should take action against guns. On the other side, many disabled veterans were just as passionate, saying that a proposed handgun permitting bill would disregard the sacrifices they made to protect the United States. On Wednesday, …