Senate Adds Pro-Gun “Nullification” Provision to the Permitless Carry Bill

Concealed Carry

The state senate on Tuesday passed an expanded Constitutional Carry bill.

The bill (HB 786) started as a mere church security bill to allow concealed carry permit holders to carry in church.

It was amended in the house to include Constitutional Carry — enabling law-abiding citizens to carry firearms in a “sheath, belt holster or shoulder holster” without getting permission.  The bill was then sent to the senate.

Having arrived there, HB 786 was expanded yet again to include a provision nullifying many types of Obama gun control.

The bill passed overwhelmingly — by a 36-14 vote in the senate — and now goes back to the house.

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