MADISON (WKOW) -- After almost a year without permanent rules, Wisconsin's concealed carry law is about to get some.
Tuesday, Attorney General's office will give the legislature its report on new training requirements for the gun law, which took effect last fall.
Officials say most of them are basic things taught in most gun safety classes.
While law enforcement is generally in favor, many gun trainers say there's no need for new rules.
"I would like the new proposed rules thrown out, we have rules that are in place now that are working so to go through and change things mid-stream like this doesn't make any sense," said Mike Shea, Owner of Family Shooting Academy.
"What the attorney general is proposing is a good idea there should be some restrictions on the training, certain levels of competency," said Chief Tom Molitor of the Green Bay Police Department.
The proposed, permanent rules will be submitted to the governor's office tomorrow.
The legislature will then decide whether to approve them.
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