With the large number of states passing constitutional carry laws, and the recent Supreme Court decision, the legal parameters and boundaries have changed for CCWers in America. In this episode Jacob Paulsen and Matthew Maruster discuss those changes and break it down into what you need to know.
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News stories and articles about the right, practice, and implementation of constitutional carry. This term generally refers to the right to carry a concealed handgun legally without the need of obtaining a permit or license from a governing body.
Yesterday Indiana Governor Holcomb signed House Bill 1296. The signing means Indiana will become the 24th state with a constitutional carry law. Gov. Holcomb signs HB 1296, Constitutional Carry — Gov. Holcomb didn’t hide from the opportunity to go on the record as someone who supports the Second Amendment. He said: The Second Amendment has […]
Yesterday Governor DeWine Signed Ohio Constitutional Carry, Senate Bill 215, and it will become law 90 days from today. Over the last 2 years, the state legislatures across the country have passed pro-Second Amendment legislation. People throughout history have ascribed special significance to the number 23? I’m not one of them. But did you know: […]
Yesterday, Governor Kay Ivey signed House Bill 272, making Alabama the 1st governor to sign a constitutional carry bill this year. After signing the bill, she released the following statement: Unlike states who are doing everything in their power to make it harder for law abiding citizens, Alabama is reaffirming our commitment to defending our […]
Indiana lawmakers passed HB1296. The bill removes the requirement that a person obtains a permit to carry a handgun in the state. Now Gov. Eric Holcomb must decide to sign or veto the bill. Indiana House Bill 1296 — Under HB1296, anyone over 18 years old who can carry a gun legally would be able […]
Ohio gun-owners are poised to join the ranks of 21 other states that have some form of constitutional or permitless carry law. So we’re close, but there is still work to do. Yesterday, the House passed SB215 with a 57-35 vote, and the Senate passed it with a 24-8 vote. The bill now sits on […]