Williston residents react to 'Constitutional Carry' bill

WILLISTON, N.D. - The so-called "Constitutional Carry" bill has already passed through the North Dakota House.

If passed into law it will allow most people to carry a concealed weapon without a permit.

In North Dakota,the state legislature is considering passing the "Constitutional Carry" bill. We took to the streets of Williston to see what people's thoughts were.

"Part of me thinks I shouldn't have to ask for permission from anyone to be able to exercise that right. On the other hand, we do live in a crazy world nowadays, so I don't know if I just want want anybody to have access to guns either," said Clint Massie, Duluth, Minnesota.

"There should be some type of process you have to go through to carry a weapon. We don't need felons running around carrying a weapon wherever and whenever they want," said Rob Haugenoe, Williston resident.

"I believe if you carry, you should be well trained and If you got a pistol and don't know how to use it, leave it alone. Don't use it until, you know, get professional training if at all possible," said Montie Olson, Tioga area resident.

A dozen other states have a similar law.