North Dakota lawmakers could vote to allow gun owners to carry concealed weapons at schools and churches.
Legislators introduced two bills this week.
One bill would allow someone with a concealed carry permit to carry a gun inside a school if a district has an authorized policy.
The other bill would amend the state law that prohibits carrying a concealed weapon in public places. That change would open the door for someone with a concealed carry permit to carry a weapon inside a church.