A flurry of guns-rights measure were passed in the North Dakota House on Tuesday.

The "constitutional carry" measure passed, which will allow most people ages 21 and over to carry concealed firearms without a permit.

A measure that allows the carrying of a gun in church, as long as permission is granted by the church, was also passed.

The measure to allow firearms in schools for trained and permitted "armed responders" also passed.

These bills will go to the Senate for consideration.