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In short, it allows people to conceal and carry firearms without a permit.
A person who wants to carry this way, however,
must be legally allowed to own a gun, should the bill pass. They must
also be a North Dakota resident and have possessed a state-issued ID for
more than a year.
It also requires people to tell police they are concealing a firearm if police start an interaction with them.
Feb 22 17 2:22 PM
N.H. Gov. Chris Sununu signs the constitutional carry bill into law (Photo: NRA-ILA)
It is now legal to carry a concealed firearm without a license in the state of New Hampshire.
The Concord Monitor reports Governor Chris Sununu signed the constitutional carry bill, Senate Bill 12,
into law Wednesday morning. Effective immediately, law abiding gun
owners in New Hampshire will no longer be required to obtain a permit to
carry concealed handguns.
“It is common-sense legislation,” Sununu said at a ceremony in the
Executive Council chambers. “This is about making sure that our laws on
our books are keeping people safe while remaining true to the
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About a dozen states already allow what is sometimes called
permit-less carry or constitutional carry, and that number could more
than double this year.
North Carolina House Bill 69 could allow people to put their pistols
in pockets or purses without a permit, just as gun owners are already
allowed to do with visible holsters through the state’s open carry law.
Mar 1 17 10:45 AM
Bill in Congress to Let Visitors to NYC Walk Around with Concealed Guns Concerns NYPD Commissioner
A North Carolina congressman says licensed gun owners from any state
should be able to walk around New York City, and any other city, with
Republican Richard Hudson wants gun licenses treated like drivers' licenses.
"When I drive to D.C. from my home in Concord, when I get to
the Virginia state line, I don't have to stop and take a new driver’s
test. The state of Virginia recognizes my license," Hudson said.
Hudson has introduced a bill in Congress to make a concealed gun
carry license from any state valid in every state.
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WI: Republican Senator Opposes 'Right to Carry' Bill
MADISON, Wis. (AP) --
A Republican-backed proposal to allow Wisconsin residents to carry
concealed weapons without a permit is drawing opposition from at least
one Republican member of the state Senate.
Sen. Luther Olsen says he opposes the bill that was
circulated Tuesday for co-sponsors. Olsen says it's important for people
wanting to carry concealed weapons to get firearm safety training. He
also opposes changes under the bill that would allow concealed weapons
on school grounds that don't prohibit them.
Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says he is
"generally supportive" of the bill and will monitor public support
before determining next steps.
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