Accusations are that deals are being struck behind the scenes with members of the House & the Governor to block a veto override & kill Constitutional Carry.
Governor of Louisiana, Bel Edwards, has vetoed the Constitutional Carry bill, SB118. Legislators will now decide whether or not to hold a veto session.
Constitutional Carry passed the Louisiana Legislature with veto proof margins. Governor Bel Edwards has said he will veto it. What will happen next?
The Louisiana legislature has passed Constitutional Carry bill SB 118. The bill will be sent to Governor Edwards. He has said he will veto the bill.
The Louisiana legislature has passed Constitutional Carry with overwhelming margins. The Senate bill was 27 – 11. The House bill was 73 – 26.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has threatened to veto any Constitutional Carry bill that comes to his desk.
Louisiana has a good chance of becoming the next member of the Constitutional Carry club. SB118 just passed the Senate committee.
Officers found Smith to have a square-shaped object bearing a Glock insignia in his possession. The device is capable of converting a firearm into a machine gun.
Louisiana is considering a Constitutional Carry bill this year. The bill would move the state toward honoring the Constitutional amendment passed in 2012.
Louisiana is considering HB 334, which would remove the current prohibition on guns in church without special permission. Ten states have such a prohibition.
A Louisiana preemption reform bill is moving forward to reduce “gun free zones”, a West Virginia preemption law goes into effect on 31 May.
Constitutional Carry bills are moving in Tennessee and Louisiana. It is likely 1-3 more states will restore Constitutional Carry in 2020.
The recovery of the Louisiana black bear is a conservation success story but they are the only subspecies to have been listed under the Endangered Species Act
Sheriff Randy Seal of Washington Parish in Louisiana won his election on 12 October, 2019. Then he switched parties because of the Second Amendment.
Please contact members of the Louisiana Senate Judiciary B Committee and urge them to SUPPORT pro-gun preemption legislation, House Bill 281.
A Louisiana woman used a Marlin .22 rifle with a reflex sight to drive off an unwelcome male visitor.
Louisiana has joined the trend of reversing that injustice. The number of states that still ban switchblade knives is growing smaller and smaller.
The repeal of Louisiana’s antiquated ban on the possession of switchblade knives, HB 892, was signed by Governor Edwards..
On April 13th, 2018, the Louisiana repeal of the switchblade ban (HB892) unanimously passed the House.
On Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary B Committee is scheduled to consider House Bill 602. It is important that you contact committee members and urge them to SUPPORT House Bill 602.