South Carolina

South Carolina Senate Passes Bill That Allows Concealed Guns in Bars

Still needs approval from the House


A bill that would allow concealed guns in bars and other places that serve alcohol in South Carolina moved closer to becoming law this week.

Having passed the state Senate by an overwhelming majority on Tuesday, the measure now heads to the state House for approval. If passed, it would allow concealed weapons permit holders to bring loaded firearms into places that serve alcohol.