On Tuesday during its annual gathering, the U.S. Conference of Mayors came out against national concealed-carry reciprocity as they announced a resolution opposing House H.R. 38 and Senate S.446—legislation that would enable law-abiding firearm owners to carry concealed firearms across all state lines.
The drive behind NRA-backed concealed carry reciprocity legislation is rolling rapidly. The Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn now includes 37 co-sponsors.
Episodes of armed self-defense occur many times each day throughout the United States, providing one good reason we need national Right-to-Carry reciprocity.
As the National Rifle Association works diligently to try to ensure that law-abiding Americans can have the means to protect themselves wherever they travel in the country, anti-gun Democrat attorneys general are pushing back against national concealed-carry reciprocity legislation.
A woman who saw her husband gunned down by a stalker because both he and she were left disarmed in a gun-free zone is speaking out in favor of national Right-to-Carry reciprocity legislation being considered in Congress.
National right-to-carry reciprocity is not a result of the Obergefell ruling.
Federal RTC reciprocity falls within Congress’ 14th Amendment powers to protect the right to travel.