FloridaCarry.org Makes A Move To Help Push Constitutional Carry Into Law

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From Florida Carry We’re tired of waiting. We’re tired of hearing empty promises and accepting compromises by politicians. We’re tired of donor money from the likes of Al Hoffman and Mike Fernandez, who benefit from gated communities and private security, standing in the way of the Constitution. We’re tired of seeing constitutional and open carry bills […]

California’s Ban On ‘High Capacity’ Magazines Is On Hold, For Now

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Last month, an en banc ruling by the Ninth District Court of Appeals upheld California’s ban on so-called high capacity magazines…basically any magazine that will hold more than ten rounds of ammunition. The ruling outlaws the possession of millions of magazines legally bought and owned by law-abiding gun owners in the state, including those shipped in during “freedom week.” That […]

Florida Governor Says If Constitutional Carry Bill Reaches His Desk, He’ll Sign It

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From Florida Gun Rights: At a political event over the weekend, Governor Ron DeSantis verbally pledged his support for Constitutional Carry if the Florida Legislature sends the bill to his desk for his signature. “We’re thrilled that Governor DeSantis has pledged his support for Constitutional Carry – now the legislature must act swiftly, pass Constitutional Carry […]

Pennsylvania House Passes Constitutional Carry, Now Awaiting Veto From Governor

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The Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed House Bill 565 by a 107-92 vote, which would allow the carrying of a concealed firearm without a permit. It will now head to Governor Wolf’s desk where he has vowed to veto it immediately. “The legislation to assert Pennsylvanian’s constitutional right to carry firearms without a permit protects […]

Ohio May Become The 22nd Constitutional Carry State

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Passing out of committee and heading for a full vote in the Ohio House of Representatives likely any day now, H.B. 227 would eliminate the state’s requirements for concealed carry permits and training in order to carry a concealed firearm. This would make Ohio the 22nd state to green-light the carrying of a concealed firearm without a […]

Listen To Live Oral Arguments In Historic Supreme Court Case Focusing On Concealed Carry

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This case asks the Supreme Court to determine whether New York’s discretionary gun permit law, which requires an applicant demonstrate “proper cause” to carry a weapon for self-defense purposes, violates the Second Amendment. Robert Nash and Brandon Koch applied for a general concealed carry permit under New York law, but their applications were denied by […]

Kentucky Attorney General Says Cities Can Enforce Concealed Carry Ban Only In Buildings With Ordinance

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LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY — Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron ruled that cities can ban concealed carry in city-owned buildings, but only if there is an ordinance that would make it illegal. Cameron’s opinion, announced Monday, stems from opinions requested by the City of Ashland. He said cities can only enforce a concealed carry ban if there’s an […]

Constitutional Carry Takes Effect In Texas, Becoming The 21st State To Adopt Such A Bill

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Today, Texas takes a giant step forward to legalize the carry of handguns by honest citizens and to repeal remnants of racism. Today, HB 1927 goes into effect. This bill is commonly known as Constitutional Carry. Beginning today, most legal gun owners aged 21+ will be able to carry a handgun, openly in a holster or concealed, in most […]