In 2010, the Iowa legislature passed a law that recently took effect and requires sheriffs, under most circumstances, to issue permits for law-abiding citizens to carry concealed weapons. Sheriffs previously had greater discretion to deny or restrict such permits, causing a patchwork of gun laws and restriction throughout the state. Several Iowa librarians, however, have expressed concern over this "Shall-Issue" policy, though they are not educating themselves on the facts. Cam Edwards speaks with Reference Librarian and Second Amendment Blogger Breda Fallacy about the controversy. Originally aired 1/6/2011.