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Reuniting The United States With Reciprocity

Postby jdege on Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:51 am
Reuniting The United States With Reciprocity
Most concealed-carry permit holders understand the potential pitfalls of traveling with a firearm, given the outrageous patchwork of state laws involved in even a short interstate trip. And while we haven’t posted much about reciprocity of late, important national concealed-carry reciprocity legislation is still in play and needs your help now to gain passage.

According to a recent update from NRA-ILA, U.S. Rep. Rob Goodlatte, R-Va., who is chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, has signed on as a co-sponsor for the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017. H.R. 38 now has 212 co-sponsors, and according to NRA-ILA, its prospects in the House are looking better each week.

Of course, you wouldn’t know that from reading or listening to the so-called “mainstream” media, who have declared the measure a danger to the nation. And you wouldn’t know it from Michael Bloomberg and his gun-ban minions, who have recently proclaimed victory and declared the measure dead.
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Re: Reuniting The United States With Reciprocity

Postby Lumpy on Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:00 pm

I can't see anti states like California, New York or Maryland accepting it: almost certainly it would be appealed all the way to the SCOTUS, which despite Heller and McDonald has been extraordinarily reluctant to strike down any but the most egregious gun bans.The antis would claim that it more or less nullified state gun control laws (true enough).
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