OKLAHOMA CITY — A bill allowing for permitless carry in Oklahoma has passed the House floor.

House Bill 2597 would allow anyone age 21 or over to carry a firearm without a permit and permit veterans and active duty and reserve military personnel age 18 or over to carry without a permit. Supporters in the House say the measure would prohibit felons and those with domestic violence convictions or who have been adjudicated as having a mental illness from carrying a firearm and would not affect current federal law requiring a background check for the in-store purchase of a firearm. Read more by clicking here: Oklahoma News