Louisiana: House Passes Pro-Gun Preemption Legislation

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Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- Last week, the Louisiana House passed pro-gun legislation, House Bill 281 by a 68 to 30 vote. HB 281 has now been sent to the Senate where it was referred to the Senate Judiciary B Committee.

Please contact committee members and urge them to support House Bill 281 when it comes up for a vote.

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House Bill 281, sponsored by Rep. Blake Miguez, removes vague language in Louisiana’s existing preemption statute to prevent a patchwork of laws throughout the state that could potentially and unknowingly turn a law-abiding gun owner into a criminal. It is important to note that this bill does not change the places that are currently prohibited under state law.

Again, please contact members of the Senate Judiciary B Committee and urge them to SUPPORT pro-gun preemption legislation, House Bill 281.


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Paul Fitch

This is my greatest concern about “national reciprocity”. Unless you know every detail of every state and local law in any state you travel, you can find yourself in a pickle with the local authorities. Since all “gun laws” represent and “infringement” on your inalienable right to self defense, they should all be declared null and void, but that ain’t gonna happen. We need a national set of laws (like it’s not OK to murder someone) versus a hodgepodge of crap that says it’s OK to carry here, but if here has some special thing, then it’s NOT OK to… Read more »