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Old 09-16-2021, 10:50 AM
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Thumbs up 2022 state “Constitutional Carry” bills

Here the link to the thread for the 2020 and 2021 sessions: https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/....php?t=1579069

Here’s a map showing the status of the states at 2021 Sept 01:



Alabama HB 6 has been prefiled for 2022
https://www.nraila.org/articles/2021...tutional-carry

Florida has introduced a CC bill (HB 103) for the 3rd year in a row:
https://floridapolitics.com/archives...state-returns/
https://www.actionnewsjax.com/news/l...-367f65e0fbe1/
Link to the bill: https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/secti...u_9LVWh0o3cKyM

Georgia: see post #12

Michigan: A series of bills (SB489-492) needed to switch to CC have been introduced in the senate and have been assigned to the Senate Government Operations Committee.
https://www.misenategop.com/senate-r...y-legislation/

Ohio senator introduces SB 215 CC bill.
https://www.buckeyefirearms.org/sen-...ry-bill-sb-215
Link to the bill itself: https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/leg...d=GA134-SB-215

South Carolina can pick up the current CC bill, H 3096, in January where it left off this year versus starting over from square one. https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess124...bills/3096.htm

Wisconsin: see post #6
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Ohio: CC bill passes first hearing in state senate committee (Senate Veterans & Public Safety Track Committee).

https://www.buckeyefirearms.org/sb-2...nate-committee
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while lawmakers from both sides of the aisle contest the idea of Constitutional Carry being implemented in the Sunshine State, a number of Republican lawmakers have shared their support for the policy.

Florida Senator Joe Gruters (R), the Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, attended a Sarasota legislative listening session last week, and he shared his support. Senator Gruters did comment that he supported the policy, but he did not agree with seeing “assault rifles” on beaches, adding that any Constitutional Carry bill that he wanted to support would need to include protection for the tourism industry.

Matt Collins, the Director of Legislation for Florida Gun Rights, has attended a number of legislative listening sessions to inquire where lawmakers stand. While he mentioned that support from local officials is important, he questioned that “it sounds like some top Senators may now be on board, but we need to know where Governor Ron DeSantis stands on Constitutional Carry?”
http://www.floridianpress.com/2021/1...ry-in-florida/
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This might be the first year we see a major push in AL, FL, and SC. LA is DOA with the democratic governor. 2021 has been a major year, and having texas go CC is culturally pushing the last handful of states in the south to go CC.

I think we will end up with 29-30 CC states by the end of the decade.
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Here the link to the thread for the 2020 and 2021 sessions: https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/....php?t=1579069

Here’s a map showing the status of the states at 2021 Sept 01:



Alabama HB 6 has been prefiled for 2022
https://www.nraila.org/articles/2021...tutional-carry

Florida has introduced a CC bill (HB 103) for the 3rd year in a row:
https://floridapolitics.com/archives...state-returns/
https://www.actionnewsjax.com/news/l...-367f65e0fbe1/
Link to the bill: https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/secti...u_9LVWh0o3cKyM

Michigan: A series of bills (SB489-492) needed to switch to CC have been introduced in the senate and have been assigned to the Senate Government Operations Committee.
https://www.misenategop.com/senate-r...y-legislation/

Ohio senator introduces SB 215 CC bill.
https://www.buckeyefirearms.org/sen-...ry-bill-sb-215
Link to the bill itself: https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/leg...d=GA134-SB-215

South Carolina can pick up the current CC bill, H 3096, in January where it left off this year versus starting over from square one. https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess124...bills/3096.htm
The CCW app on my phone shows RI as shall issue and CT as may issue.
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Two Republican lawmakers from Wisconsin unveiled a Constitutional Carry bill.

The bill from Senator Mary Felzkowski (R-Irma) and Representative Robert Brooks (R-Saukville) would allow people to carry a concealed weapon without a license….



The bill was unveiled as part of the Wisconsin Sporting Freedom Package, a set of bills that GOP lawmakers say are designed to protect the rights of hunters and anglers and expand hunting and fishing in the state.
https://www.wkow.com/news/politics/g...a0bb7.amp.html

https://legis.wisconsin.gov/eupdates.../21-4759_1.pdf

ETA: any CC bill is likely to be vetoed by Gov. Evers (D).
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The CCW app on my phone shows RI as shall issue and CT as may issue.
CT is shall issue.

RI is hybrid and it’s tough to get clarification, but localities are essentially shall issue while the state attorney general only issues to special people.
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CT is shall issue.

RI is hybrid and it’s tough to get clarification, but localities are essentially shall issue while the state attorney general only issues to special people.
How are you coming up with CT being shall issue. I looked up section 29-28 and in subsection (b) it states in part that: "(b) Upon the application of any person having a bona fide permanent residence within the jurisdiction of any such authority, such chief of police, warden or selectman may issue a temporary state permit to such person to carry a pistol or revolver within the state, provided such authority shall find that such applicant intends to make no use of any pistol or revolver which such applicant may be permitted to carry under such permit other than a lawful use and that such person is a suitable person to receive such permit." While I understand that it is a two part process, with the temporary permit being at the local and the permanent permit being a the state level, it sure looks like the required temporary permit is "may issue," unless there is case law that severely restricts the chief of police's discretion.
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How are you coming up with CT being shall issue. I looked up section 29-28 and in subsection (b) it states in part that: "(b) Upon the application of any person having a bona fide permanent residence within the jurisdiction of any such authority, such chief of police, warden or selectman may issue a temporary state permit to such person to carry a pistol or revolver within the state, provided such authority shall find that such applicant intends to make no use of any pistol or revolver which such applicant may be permitted to carry under such permit other than a lawful use and that such person is a suitable person to receive such permit." While I understand that it is a two part process, with the temporary permit being at the local and the permanent permit being a the state level, it sure looks like the required temporary permit is "may issue," unless there is case law that severely restricts the chief of police's discretion.
They're statutorily may-issue, but shall issue in practice. Even a non-resident can get a CT permit in the mail, or at least I was able to a few years ago.
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They're statutorily may-issue, but shall issue in practice. Even a non-resident can get a CT permit in the mail, or at least I was able to a few years ago.
Correct here! CT is statutorily may issue, however they are a de facto shall issue state and non-residents can obtain a CT permit via mail.

The problem is that this could instantly change overnight on a political whim and CT could go strictly may issue since that is the current statute.

https://portal.ct.gov/DESPP/Division...-Pistol-Permit
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And in regards to Hawaii, they are statutorily may issue, however they are a de facto NO ISSUE state so they should be red on the map.....
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Georgia: looks like there’s a push for it

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Senator Bruce Thompson (R-1th District,) along with Mike Collins, a candidate for the Georgia 10th district, spoke out about their views on state politics and voiced their support for the right for citizens to openly carry firearms in support of the second amendment.

The rally is part of an overall campaign to make Georgia a Constitutional Carry state, looking to join 21 others across the country – including Tennessee, though they only allow it for handguns.

What political leaders like Anavitarte, Thompson and Collins along with those at the rally showing their support for the measure are hoping to achieve to join the other states who don’t require a permit to carry a firearm like a handgun for protection.
https://polk.today/state-sen-jason-a...rally-in-polk/
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On Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, the House Government Oversight Committee held its 4th hearing on HB 227, a Constitutional Carry bill sponsored by Representatives Thomas Brinkman and Kris Jordan.

Buckeye Firearms Association (BFA) testified in support of bringing Constitutional Carry to Ohio, and answered objections to the bill by anti-gun groups.

BFA has been working hard on making Constitutional Carry a reality in Ohio. We have been personally meeting with legislators, one-by-one, on an almost daily basis, and talking to committee members and leadership in the Statehouse in order to line up support in both the House and Senate. It is time for Constitutional Carry in Ohio, and we are pushing to have a bill on the Governor's desk before the end of this year.
From: https://www.buckeyefirearms.org/buck...nal-carry-bill
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OK so the Florida House Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee will be meeting on Oct 21st at 9:00am. And if you look at the meeting information they are only considering and discussing 2 Bills.

HB 95 – Controlled Substance Offenses
HB 6037 – Traveling Across County Lines to Commit a Burglary

The problem with this is some much more impactful and important Bills like:
HB 103 - Carrying of Firearms Without Licenses
HB 6007 - Licenses to Carry Concealed Weapons or Firearms
HB 6013 - Removing Firearm Regulations

are also assigned to the Criminal Justice Subcommittee. Yet because of the Speaker of the House and Chairperson of the COmmittee refusing to hear these Bills, they will more than likely die without a hearing.

TIME TO CALL AND EMAIL!
Tell Speaker Sprowls and Committee CHair Rep. Brannan that you want these Bills to get a hearing and a fair one at that! It's time we stop giving away our rights and start taking them back to where they should have been all along. Florida MUST join the other states with Constitutional Carry and stop infringing on the rights of the citizens to protect themselves.

Email them at:
Chuck.Brannan@myfloridahouse.gov - Committee Chair
Capital Office - (850) 717-5010
Chris.Sprowls@myfloridahouse.gov - Speaker of the House
Capital Office - (850) 717-5065
If that’s not bad enough a bill was introduced that imposes a “duty to retreat”.
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So business as usual in Florida, same as it has been for the past two or three years. Why do these Republicans keep blocking these bills?
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Heller stressed his support for a policy known as “constitutional carry,” the ability to concealed carry weapons without a permit, and for no limits on high-capacity magazines. Both policies stand in stark contrast to Lombardo’s more moderate stances discussed in the same forum almost four months prior.


During the June forum, the sheriff shared his support of universal background checks and limits on certain high-capacity magazines. Both Heller and Lombardo spoke against several gun control measures passed during the last legislative sessions, including the state’s ‘Red Flag’ law and a measure banning so-called “ghost guns,” which are homemade firearms without serial numbers.

In a response about preserving Second Amendment rights, Heller noted that in the aftermath of the shooting on October 1 in Las Vegas, “the first thing the media wants to talk about is what gun controls should be enacted.” The event was terrible, but the solution was not gun control, Heller said.

“My response was that we're not going to water down the Second Amendment because some lunatic decided to get up on the 30th floor and shoot down a bunch of concert-goers,” Heller said. “That's not me and that's not what I will support.”

Though Heller acknowledged officials on both sides of the aisle support gun control measures, he said lawmakers are either “adamantly pro-Second Amendment” or “you radically want to water it down.” He added that mental health problems are real but said he doesn’t believe that means lawmakers should make changes to the Constitution.
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On Wednesday, October 27, the Senate Committee on Insurance, Licensing, and Forestry is scheduled to consider Permitless Carry legislation, Senate Bill 619. Please contact committee members and ask them to SUPPORT this important self-defense legislation.
From: https://www.nraila.org/articles/2021...this-wednesday
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