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Alabama Governor Ivey signs constitutional carry bill law
Smitty500mag Member Posts: 13,603 ✭✭✭✭
edited March 2022 in Gun Rights and Constitutional Law
In Alabama you can now carry a concealed handgun without a permit.
Hours after the legislation passed in the State House, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed the constitutional carry bill into law late today. Actually it was 2 days ago.
Congrads to the good people in Alabama.
I didn't even realize that Tennessee passed the constitutional carry bill last July 1st. until today. Being here in the house the past couple of years in Georgia taking care of my wife I didn't keep up with the laws in my home state. Dang I can't believe I didn't know that.
Ohio Indiana on the governors desk to sign and I think Wisconsin up to bat I think that would make 26 states
but then the midnight did by the dems at mid night and passed at 1:30 in the morning did not even tell the republicans it was going to happen so it went to the floor spending bill of course hid gun legislation and BATF BS in the 26 k pages or what ever the total was and it passed even 36 or 39 republicans also signed it bunch of sorry POS
Damn good news and here in CT they are looking to put more laws in to restrict gun ownership'
Jackass Murphy just keeps coming back
"Thats What I Like About the South".... an old Bob Will song.
Michigan has sent it to the Senate again this year.
Maybe our POS governor will push it through this time in hopes of being reelected since her pathetic world is crumbling around her. We'll see.
Good for Alabama!
It has passed the house and Senate in Ga too. Waiting for the rino governor to sign into law, before we vote him OUT in Nov!
Same here in Kentucky, no permit required
Keep your CWP up to date to travel across state lines.
WI gun laws will not change. We will not have open carry soon. We have a Dem governor and a Republican legislature. Republicans are not strong enough to get passed veto. I am not sure how I feel about that one anyways, but I am minority on most related issues on that one in this forum.
Not to be confrontational, but what in your interpretation of the Second Amendment causes you to question what is now called Constitutional Carry?