Attorney General Morrisey Ensures Continuity of Second Amendment Rights During Pandemic

   CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has advised local sheriffs they can accept mail-in concealed carry applications and renewals as part of an effort to preserve the Second Amendment rights of West Virginians, while observing social distancing directives put in place during the COVID-19 . . .

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