In late July 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued an opinion that effectively made D.C. issue concealed-carry permits on a “shall-issue” basis.
“West Virginians travel the country every day, and by protecting their concealed-carry rights, we ensure their continued freedom to do both—travel and still exercise their Second Amendment rights.”
New report shows that number of concealed-carry permits continues to rise in the United States.
Recent report shows that number of concealed-carry permits continues to rise nationally
Growing opposition to a restrictive Maryland law asks the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a challenge.
Eight days after it became available, 1,200 people already had applied for Tennessee’s new carry permit.
The governor-appointed board allowed for individuals who were denied a concealed-carry permit to appeal.