Constitutional Carry Moving in Bismarck
North Dakota House Passes Constitutional Carry!
Click on the Take Action button and encourage your state senator to support HB 1169 — legislation to enact Constitutional Carry in North Dakota.
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Urge Your Senator to Support Constitutional Carry!
Dear North Dakota Gun Owner:
Last week, the North Dakota House passed CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY legislation by a lopsided margin of 83 to 9.
The bill, House Bill 1169, now goes to the Senate.
I told you last week how New Hampshire just joined the Constitutional Carry Club.
Now, Constitutional Carry is on the move almost two thousand miles away in North Dakota.
I am so thankful for the help that GOA members and activists are providing from coast-to-coast.
You may remember that, earlier this month, I urged you to contact your state representative in support of HB 1169.
Contacting your elected officials makes such a huge difference!
House Bill 1169 specifies that any person who could obtain a dangerous weapon license, if he or she wanted, may legally carry a concealed handgun without actually getting a license.
In other words, you can carry a concealed gun without registering yourself with the government or paying a permission fee.
If you have to ask for permission, pay a tax on it and register yourself with the government, it’s not a right.
This Constitutional Carry bill fixes that.
North Dakotans should not have to get the government’s permission in order to exercise their Second Amendment right to carry a firearm for self-defense.
And we are within striking distance of getting the state to recognize that fundamental fact.
So please contact your legislator to urge support for CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY, HB 1169.
P.S. Go here to tell your legislator to support and vote for HB 1169 — a Constitutional Carry bill that allows anyone, who could legally get a concealed carry license, to carry a handgun without getting a permission slip from the government or paying a fee.
NOTE: Only North Dakota residents should take action on this alert.