A bill to protect your right to carry a firearm concealed without a permit, while you are traveling in your car, has passed out of a Senate committee by a 7-2 vote.
The legislation is Senate Bill 14, and it represents a step towards full Constitutional Carry.
The concept of “constitutional carry” is simple: An individual's ability to exercise his or her Second Amendment rights shouldn't depend on a “permit” from the government.
You don't need a government license to write a book. So why should you have to get the government's okay in order to carry a firearm to protect yourself and your family?
Yes, it would be nice for this bill to protect you no matter where you are -- whether you are carrying in your car or walking into the local WalMart with a concealed handgun. But this bill is a good first step to get to that end-goal, where citizens can carry concealed throughout the state without begging permission from a government bureaucrat.
So please contact your state Senator today!
ACTION: Click here to urge your state Senator to vote for SB 14.