Wisconsin Committee Hearing on Permitless Carry this Wednesday

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Wisconsin is poised to potentially pass laws allowing permit-less concealed carry. IMG NRA-ILA

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- On Wednesday, October 27, the Senate Committee on Insurance, Licensing, and Forestry is scheduled to consider Permitless Carry legislation, Senate Bill 619.  Please contact committee members and ask them to SUPPORT this important self-defense legislation.


Senate Bill 619 allows law-abiding adults who are legally allowed to possess a firearm, to carry a handgun without first having to obtain government permission.  This ensures that citizens have the right to self-defense without government red tape or delays.  It maintains the existing concealed weapon license system, so citizens who wish to obtain a license can still do so. Currently, 21 states have permitless/constitutional carry, with five of them having passed such legislation this year.

Again, please contact members of the Senate Insurance, Licensing, and Forestry Committee and ask them to SUPPORT Senate Bill 619.

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ExGob (@towline56)
1 month ago

Hopefully, eventually, the SCOTUS will recognize and sanction the 2nd amendment for what it’s wording states and what it means. Which, I believe, applies to everyone, along with every governor, every lawmaker and every group of lawmakers throughout the entire United States, and not restricted to just the members of Congress. Infringement on the rights guaranteed by the 2nd amendment is still infringement, regardless of who is guilty of infringing.

Good luck, Wisconsin. If SCOTUS were doing it’s job, you’d already be there.

Last edited 1 month ago by ExGob