Posts Tagged constitutional carry

Half Of All States Now Constitutional Carry

From The Truth About Guns:

While tyrants at the local, state, and federal levels regurgitate tired and disproven arguments in their efforts to eviscerate the Second Amendment, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has chosen to advance liberty by signing permitless carry legislation passed by state lawmakers of both houses earlier this month. The FPC-supported Senate Bill 319 rightfully eliminates the unconstitutional permit requirement for people to carry concealed or open, and codifies the inalienable, natural right to defend one’s life.

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23 States And Over Half The Population Can Carry Without A Permit

From The Washington Post:

On Monday, Ohio became the 23rd state to enact a law eliminating permits as a requirement for concealed carry. The Buckeye State closely followed Alabama, where Gov. Kay Ivey signed a similar law on March 10.

The back-to-back wins for gun-rights advocates who want to see fewer restrictions on the Second Amendment signal how partisan divides and relentless activism at the state level are significantly reshaping the landscape around gun possession.

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Constitutional Carry Continues To Gain Ground

From Cam and Company:

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Dems’ New Argument: Constitutional Carry Defunds The Police

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Texas Carry Permit Applications Dwindle After Constitutional Carry

From Bearing Arms:

According to data from the Texas Department of Public Safety, just 5,000 residents applied for a concealed carry license in November of 2021, which was an 87% decline from the all-time high set in June of 2020, when some 39,000 Texans applied for their concealed carry license amidst riots and civil unrest

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Constitutional Carry Sweeping The Nation

From Cam and Company:

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Constitutional Carry Signed In Texas

From The Truth About Guns:

Governor Greg Abbott held a signing ceremony at the Alamo in San Antonio this morning to sign into law seven bills designed to extend and protect the right to keep and bear arms in the Lone Star State. It was a clean sweep for gun rights supporters in the just-completed legislative session, one of the most successful ever.

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Anti Gunners Freak Out Over New Constitutional Carry Laws

From Bearing Arms:

Tennessee lawmakers recently passed legislation that allows adults to carry handguns without a permit or required training, making the Volunteer State less safe and endangering the lives of citizens, families and communities in cities and towns across the state.

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Texas Senate Passes Constitutional Carry Bill

From Austin-American Statesman:

House Bill 1927 next returns to the Texas House to consider changes that senators made during almost seven hours of debate, including GOP amendments designed to win support from a handful of reluctant Republicans who, as of last week, were unsure about whether to support the bill.

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Constitutional Carry Moves Forward In Texas

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Texas House Passes Constitutional Carry Bill

From Texas Tribune:

House Bill 1927, spearheaded by state Rep. Matt Schaefer, R-Tyler, would nix the requirement for Texas residents to obtain a license to carry handguns if they’re not prohibited by state or federal law from possessing a gun. Texans under current state law must generally be licensed to carry handguns, either openly or concealed.

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Iowa Becomes 19th State With Constitutional Carry

From Only Guns and Money:

Iowa becomes the 19th state and 3rd state this year to adopt permitless or constitutional carry. What a change since the times when only Vermont had constitutional carry and a number of states didn’t allow carry in any form.

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Texas Rep Introduces Constitutional Carry

From Gun Owners of America:

“Earlier today, Rep. Biedermann said: ‘Our Constitution was written to ensure certain rights of all citizens. Everyone has the right to life and to protect that life from harm. No one should have to pay a fee or get permission from the government before being able to do so legally. I look forward to working with my colleagues to restore the rights of all Texans.’

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Louisiana Constitutional Carry

From Ammoland:

House Bill number 72 is the “Louisiana Constitutional Carry Act of 2020.” H.B. 72 says that you may carry a concealed firearm unless you are a prohibited person under state and federal law. This is commonly called constitutional carry or permitless carry. In short, if it was legal for you to get a permit and carry in public then the bill allows you to carry in public. If it was illegal for you to carry in public, then it remains illegal for you to carry in public.

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Constitutional Carry In Oklahoma

From Bearing Arms:

An Oklahoma County judge on Wednesday afternoon denied an attempt by opponents of Oklahoma’s new permitless carry law to stop the legislation from taking effect on Friday. The last minute legal maneuver was the latest attempt to block the law by State Rep. Jason Lowe, who claimed that the bill authorizing permitless carry violates a state law requiring legislation to deal with a single subject. It’s an argument without merit, and Judge Don Andrews declined to issue an injunction that would stop the law from taking effect.

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