Indiana Effort Toward Permitless Carry Moves Another Step Forward


H/T Bearing Arms.

I hope my home state will eventually adopt Constitutional Carry.

The Second Amendment preserves the right to keep and bear arms. It’s a straightforward right in every way, but people have made it that much more complicated. You can have guns and you can carry them.

Unfortunately, too many state governments of the past decided that carrying them was a privilege, not a right.

Indiana is one of several states trying to fix that. Their effort just took another step forward, too.

A bill that allows Indiana gun owners to lawfully carry a gun without having to get a government-issued license is working its way through the state Senate after already passing the House.

House Bill 1369 received its first reading in the Senate Judiciary Committee recently after easily passing the House last month, and state representatives continue to trumpet the effort as an elimination of…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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