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North Dakota newest state to pass law allowing concealed carry without a permit

North Dakota is the latest state to pass "constitutional carry," allowing residents of the state to carry a sidearm without a license. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

According to CBS News, the state of North Dakota has recently passed a law that allows residents to carry a concealed firearm without a license.

The bill, signed into law on Thursday by Republican Gov. Doug Burgum, will allow residents 18 years or older to carry a sidearm with them so long as they have a valid I.D., and do not have a criminal background. Carriers must also notify authorities of their firearm in such instances as traffic stops.

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