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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Pro-Gun Bills Head To House Floor In North Dakota

The Peace Garden State may soon make life more peaceful for gun owners. Two pro-gun bills have passed through committee and are now headed to the House floor in Bismarck.

House Bill 1169 would allow North Dakota residents to legally carry a concealed firearm without a permit. Gun owners could still obtain a permit if desired for purposes of utilizing reciprocity agreements with other states. But for those who wanted to be protected wherever they went, HB 1169 would give them that right.

A second piece of legislation, House Bill 1310, would enable concealed-carry permit holders to carry guns at schools, assuming education officials were in agreement. The Senate has shot down a similar measure in the previous two legislative session, so make sure you let your representatives know that you support this bill.

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Contact your state representative today and urge them to support both of these pro-gun measures—HB 1169 and HB 1310. Click here to take action!