Capitol Carry one step away from being signed into law
PIERRE, S.D. — Capitol carry is one step away from being signed into law in South Dakota.
The House approved the bill on Tuesday. It would allow people with enhanced concealed carry permits to have their guns in the Capitol as long as they first notify law enforcement.
The measure does not extend to the Supreme Court chamber or private offices that have controlled access such as the governor’s office.
Gov. Noem is expected to sign the legislation.
In January, Noem also signed a pro-gun bill allowing people to carry concealed pistols without a permit.