VOTE HERE: Should Congressmen carry concealed weapons?

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U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-5th District) introduced a bill  that would allow members of Congress to carry firearms anywhere in the U.S. other than in the presence of the President and Vice President or on the Capitol grounds. The Huntsville-area Congressman said the bill was necessary because members face a growing number of threats and are targets for extremists and terrorists. He said outside the Capitol, members currently have no way to protect themselves.

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