Concealed Carry

National Reciprocity Bill Progresses in Congress, Aimed at Granting Concealed Carry Rights Across States
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National Reciprocity Bill Progresses in Congress, Aimed at Granting Concealed Carry Rights Across States

In recent developments, a bill called HB 38, sponsored by Republican Representative Richard Hudson of North Carolina, is gaining traction in Congress. The bill aims to address the issue of national reciprocity for concealed carry permits, allowing individuals with a permit in one state to carry their concealed firearms in any other state. This update on the progress of the bill explores the background, implications, and potential challenges surrounding the establishment of national reciprocity.

Appeals Court Panel Reinstates Some 2A Infringements in New Jersey

In a recent development, a three-judge panel in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled on the appeal of a preliminary injunction concerning New Jersey's Bruin response bill. The panel's decision has reinstated certain infringements on the Second Amendment, permitting the state to enforce some concealed carry prohibitions in specific public places. However, it also upheld the injunction on carrying firearms on private property and in vehicles.

Understanding Firearm Carry Laws at Demonstrations in Washington State

Summer in Washington state not only brings barbecues, vacations, and swimming, but also the rise of protests and demonstrations. As the legislative session concludes, people become passionate about various causes, leading them to express their views in politically charged events. However, there is often confusion surrounding the intersection of exercising the First Amendment right to peaceably assemble and the Second Amendment right of self-preservation, particularly in relation to carrying firearms. In this article, we aim to clarify the legalities of carrying firearms at demonstrations in Washington state.

Third Circuit Court Partially Stays New Jersey Carry Laws

In a recent development, a three-judge panel from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a partial stay on New Jersey's carry laws. The decision comes after Judge Bum of the district court in New Jersey had previously declared certain sensitive places laws and related issues as unconstitutional under the Second Amendment. This article aims to provide an overview of the panel's decision, the composition of the panel, and the implications for the future of gun rights in New Jersey.

New York Judge Denies Motion for Injunction on Concealed Carry Law

Judge's Logic Raises Concerns About Second Amendment Rights