Is Wisconsin poised to become the thirteenth state with permitless carry? Senate Bill 169 may be heard in the state Senate this month and, if passed, would allow citizens to carry a firearm concealed without first obtaining a permit. Concealed-carry licenses would still be available to citizens who wish to take advantage of reciprocity laws in other states.
“We already give people the ability to openly carry a firearm without a license,” Sen. David Craig said in a statement introducing the legislation. “If you decide to throw on a coat, you should not be considered a criminal.”
A dozen other states currently have permitless carry laws on the book. Your action is needed to help ensure that Wisconsin is the next to adopt this important Right-to-Carry legislation.
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Contact your senator and urge him or her to vote in favor of Wisconsin’s SB 169. You can do so byclicking here.