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eldonvieira
08-09-2010, 12:41 PM
Has anyone ever used article 4 section 1 of The US constitution to get their out of state permit honored in CA or CA permit honored in another state

The Duke
08-09-2010, 12:48 PM
no. there is too much precident showing states have no obligation to honor/acknowledge the licenses/permits granted to other states.

eldonvieira
08-09-2010, 3:47 PM
thanks it sounds like it should not be that way according to that

Vox
08-09-2010, 4:06 PM
thanks it sounds like it should not be that way according to that

my understanding of the Full Faith and Credit Clause would lead me to believe as you do. I don't know why it's not either. The wikipedia discussion of the clause says that "The full faith and credit clause explains reciprocity in licenses and extradition in crimes." (emphasis added)

it seems a rather underused part of the US Constitution.

hoffmang
08-09-2010, 9:28 PM
The easier path is the right to travel. We're supporting litigation in Colorado entitled Peterson v. LaCabe (http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/index.php/Peterson_v._LaCabe) to vindicate that issue.

That clause would however empower Congress to pass nation wide carry license reciprocity (which they have come close before.)

-Gene

radioman
08-09-2010, 10:37 PM
Full Faith and Credit Clause is how I can drive from here to New York, is it not?

Maestro Pistolero
08-09-2010, 11:44 PM
Full Faith and Credit Clause is how I can drive from here to New York, is it not?

Better to say through New York if you are not a resident. No one may so much as possess a pistol in NY without a NY state pistol permit, and they won't issue one to any non-resident.

At present the FOPA right to travel only gets you directly through such enemy territory to more friendly states. Nevertheless, they've been known to arrest anyway and let the courts sort it out.

Window_Seat
08-10-2010, 12:48 AM
Better to say through New York if you are not a resident. No one may so much as possess a pistol in NY without a NY state pistol permit, and they won't issue one to any non-resident.

At present the FOPA right to travel only gets you directly through such enemy territory to more friendly states. Nevertheless, they've been known to arrest anyway and let the courts sort it out.

Not sure if I asked this before or not, but if national reciprocity doesn't happen before then, will Peterson v. LaCabe (http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/index.php/Peterson_v._LaCabe) solve that issue in the future if ruled in our favor?

Erik.

PsychGuy274
08-10-2010, 12:54 AM
The easier path is the right to travel. We're supporting litigation in Colorado entitled Peterson v. LaCabe (http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/index.php/Peterson_v._LaCabe) to vindicate that issue.

That clause would however empower Congress to pass nation wide carry license reciprocity (which they have come close before.)

-Gene

If there is nation-wide reciprocity will that count for non-resident CCWs? In other words, if I have a non-resident Utah CCW will I legally be allowed to CC in California?

Fate
08-10-2010, 6:48 AM
If there is nation-wide reciprocity will that count for non-resident CCWs? In other words, if I have a non-resident Utah CCW will I legally be allowed to CC in California?

Might as well direct that question to this guy...

http://www.deeptrouble.com/images/halloween99/8ball/full.jpg

Nobody really knows yet.