The Louisiana House Administration of Criminal Justice Committee will hold a public hearing this afternoon on an important measure that would gut the state’s firearm pre-emption law currently in effect.
Gov. Edwards veto was upheld by the state senate.
The bill would provide schoolchildren will the option of another layer of protection.
The number of states supporting constitutional carry keeps growing by the day.
If you live in Mississippi or Louisiana, Happy “Second Amendment Weekend!” Customers buying guns in both states will get a break on sales tax over the next two weekends.
When a Louisiana man staged a home invasion, breaking into an elderly couple’s residence, he most likely didn’t anticipate one surprising circumstance—that one of the senior citizens might be armed.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards in late May signed into law Senate Bill 402, which aims to increase safety by expanding access to armed security in churches, synagogues and mosques.
In Keithville, La., a homeowner was surprised to find four men on her front doorstep, all dressed in hoods and each carrying backpacks. As for those four men, they were equally surprised to see the homeowner meet them at the door, holding her gun.