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West Virginia Attorney General Affirms Concealed-Carry Reciprocity With Several States

“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.”

D.C. “Shall-Issue”: Two Years of Freedom in Our Nation’s Capital

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.

Capital Concealed-Carry Permit Numbers Soar

Court ruling that made it less cumbersome to apply for a permit is credited.

Pennsylvania Won’t Recognize Virginia Carry Permits

Annual review of reciprocity agreements leads to changes in the list of approved states.

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