HF188, authored by Rep. Jim Nash, would make permits to carry optional throughout Minnesota. This concept is known as “Constitutional Carry”.
In February, New Hampshire became the 12th state to enact Constitutional Carry, and North Carolina ought to be “Lucky 13.”
The TFA called on the members of the Tennessee General Assembly to move SB0131 and HB0493 to the respective floors for a full debate and final passage.
We’ve been on defense in Minnesota for far too long. We need your help to ensure that these bills move forward in the legislature this year.
The North Dakota House has passed a Constitutional or “permitless” carry bill, 83-9. The next stop is the Senate.
The battle to enter New Hampshire into the Constitutional Carry Club was a long, hard campaign. But it wasn’t easy — not in the slightest.
Without you, the grassroots gun owners sending letters and emails and making phone calls this significant law could not have been enacted.
Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs has joined a friend of the court brief among several state firearms organizations in the next major right to carry case…
While Governor Malloy contemplates new ways to further restrict & tax the rights of Connecticut residents, New Hampshire today joined free America…
Today, in a private signing ceremony, Governor Chris Sununu signed Senate Bill 12 ( Constitutional / Permitless Carry ) into law for the state of New Hampshire…
Today, I want to update you about the aggressive, anti-gun activities of the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police (NHACOP)..
The Knoxville News Sentinel & Mr. Cagle leap to the conclusion that adopting constitutional carry is “irresponsible.” But based on what – personal opinion or prejudice?
The bill will now go to Governor Chris Sununu for consideration. Please contact Governor Chris Sununu and let him know you support Constitutional Carry.
It is very important that you to do four things for me so that together, we can get SB 12 enacted into law and stop the voter gun ban.
SB 12, the bill for permitless or “Constitutional carry” in New Hampshire, has passed the House Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety.
A new year, the same old tactics. Chairman Tom Loertscher (R-32), of the House State Affairs Committee, is once again blocking pro-gun bills.
Constitutional Carry will not become law until it passes the House of Representatives and the Governor signs SB 12 into law. We need your help to make that happen.
All four bills that had public hearings before the Montana House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday have been passed by the Committee.
The concept of “Constitutional Carry” means that you can exercise your constitutional right to protect yourself & your family without first getting the government’s permission…
Constitutional carry is simply defined as the right to carry a firearm without a license if you can legally purchase and possess one.
While none of these bills are on the official Montana Shooting Sports Association legislative agenda, MSSA supports all four and urges your support as well.
New Hampshire Firearms Coalition is working very hard to pass Constitutional Carry this year. I want to give you a quick legislative update on what you can do to help..
The proposed legislation would extend permitless open carry to permitless concealed carry…
Following the beginning of the new session, constitutional carry legislation was introduced as Senate Bill 7.
Nothing more was said as most of the men at that time stood, one by one, to answer the call for freedom…