In the 2015 legislative session in Minnesota a law passed that changed the requirement for permit reciprocity from the phrase “Substantially similar” to “similar.” Due to this change the Department of Public Safety has re-evaluated the state permits it will honor and has made some significant changes.
Updates about Concealed Carry Reciprocity from state to state. Anytime one state makes a change to what other state permits it will or won’t honor or recognize we publish it here. Visit this page to get updated via email.
On August 5th 2015 the Attorney General of West Virginia, Patrick Morrisey, announced that it has formally entered into a reciprocity agreement with the State of Nevada
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With the application of Nevada’s new law, SB175, they have now began to honor the Mississippi enhanced permit. As you may recall earlier in June 2015 Nevada added reciprocity for 12 states and we predicted that a few would slip in. Congratulations to all those who have the Mississippi permit!
Earlier this month the Nevada Governor signed into law SB175 which, in addition to other changes, removed the requirement for a state to have “similar training requirements” in order for Nevada to honor their permit. On June 18th Nevada published an updated list of the states whose permits it honors
Understanding that Kansas will in fact honor Washington permits from Washington residents they have once again started to honor the Kansas concealed carry permits.