Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Gun News

Rep. Franks (R-Ariz.): 'Protect the citizenry'

The National Right to Carry Reciprocity Act would enable millions of American permit holders to carry their licensed weapon in any of the 49 states that already permit concealed carry. The law simplifies the national patchwork of concealed carry laws. Much like driver's licenses a state issued form of identification that is recognized and accepted no matter what state an American citizen might happen to visit the state permits would become recognized and accepted in 49 states. (Every state, except Illinois, currently has a concealed carry law).

Read About It: USA Today

W.Va. adds N.M. to reciprocity list

State officials have added New Mexico to the list of states where licensed West Virginians can legally carry a concealed pistol. A reciprocity agreement between New Mexico and West Virginia goes into effect Dec. 1, said Will Valentino, assistant state attorney general.

Michigan: Bill would allow residents to lock guns in cars at work

Right now, business owners have the right to say no to any weapons in employee cars parked on private property. Mike Bringer owns The Bringer Inn restaurant in Saginaw. He's okay with the proposal as far as his business goes. "For me, it's not a big deal. I have an unsecured parking lot, no fences, so an employee or a customer could come into my lot and it really wouldn't matter," said Bringer.

Read About It: WNEM (Saginaw, Mich.)

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