While the media has been hyper-focused on bad gun control bills at the national level, the reality is that good things are happening for gun owners around the country.
Idaho Governor Brad Little signed H206 into law on 2 April, 2019. The bill restores Constitutional Carrry for Idaho adults 18-20 years old.
Bloomberg and his cronies from Moms Demand Action are already pushing Senators to kill the legislation. Be sure to send your Senator an email IMMEDIATELY and encourage them to vote “Yes” on HB 206!
National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action Executive Director Chris W. Cox joined KY Gov. Matt Bevin at a ceremonial bill signing Thursday morning for Constitutional Carry.
On March 11, 2019, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed SB150, restoring Constitutional Carry to Kentucky, after 169 years.
Kentucky Constitutional Carry has passed the House, 60-37. Now it goes to Governor Matt Bevin for his signature.
On February 27th, the Kentucky state House Judiciary Committee voted 12-8 to pass Senate Bill 150. SB 150 will now go to the House floor for a full vote.
“Kudos to Gov. Kevin Stitt for signing GOA-supported legislation that allows citizens to carry concealed without seeking prior permission from the government,” GOA Executive Director Erich Pratt said.
Oklahoma is moving close to passing Constitutional Carry into law. Next will be a full Senate vote. Governor Stitt has said he will sign the bill.
Their political endgame being complete civilian disarmament, not “gun safety,” you can count on them continuing to use one fundamental right to destroy another.
The State of Alabama is once again considering a Constitutional Carry bill in the Legislature. The bill would realize the promise of the Constitutional amendment passed in 2014.
House Bill 2597, would recognize the right of law-abiding Oklahoma residents to Keep and Bear Arms for self-defense in the manner he or she chooses.
After years of effort and two vetoes by Governor Daugaard, Governor Noem signs Constitutional Carry into law. It was the first law of Governor Noem’s term. She kept her word.
Please contact your state Representative and strongly urge them to SUPPORT Senate Bill 47 [Constitutional Carry] when it comes up for a vote.
After eight years of seeing Governor Haslam’s administration oppose this legislation and many other pro-2nd Amendment bills, it is now beyond dispute that he, well, was not truthful with the voters.
The prospects of passing Constitutional Carry in Oklahoma look good in 2019. The governor-elect has promised to sign a bill, and Republicans have supermajorities in the legislature.
Governor Elect Kristi Noem has promised to pass Constitutional Carry in South Dakota.
Oklahoma Governor Fallin vetoed the Constitutional Carry SB 1212, on May 11 of 2018. Governor Fallin is term-limited out.
This week, the Oklahoma Senate concurred on constitutional carry legislation, Senate Bill 1212. It now awaits the Governor’s signature.
HB 1313 is a simple bill that merely repeals the requirement(s) that those who wish to carry a loaded pistol or revolver on a snowmobile or ATV first obtain…
With Constitutional Carry so close the anti-gun groups will be there in full force to protest your 2nd Amendment rights. Make your voice heard.
HB 2951 has been introduced in the Oklahoma House. It is an interesting version of Constitutional Carry.
I have a particular interest in Iowa because I was deeply involved in an effort to pass Constitutional Carry there in 2010.
Indiana Representative Jim Lucas has re-introduced a Constitutional Carry bill in the Indiana legislature this legislative season.
Constitutional Carry is on the move in Alabama. Senate Bill 3 would eliminate the need for a carry permit for law-abiding adults.