Even more gun rights, thanks IN!

DEEZUZ

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Rather small, but probably a big deal to those in this situation. This should be another easy win, and again, prove Indiana to have the utmost respect of the 2A...


Tomorrow, House Bill 1071, a bill which would allow the petitioner of a civil protective order to temporarily carry a handgun without a permit, is scheduled for a hearing in the House Committee on Public Policy.

HB 1071, introduced by state Representative Sean Eberhart (R-57), would ensure that victims of domestic violence are not left defenseless at their most vulnerable time while waiting for their carry permit to be approved. HB 1071 would provide victims of domestic violence added protections against would be abusers while also protecting our constitutional right to self-defense and due process. If a victim is in danger to the point where a loss of constitutional rights is viewed to be necessary, then it should be even more important to provide safety and protection to the victim.
 

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Today, House Bill 1071 passed the House of Representatives with a 72-26 vote. HB 1071 will now go to the Senate for consideration. Your NRA-ILA will keep you updated on the status of this bill as it continues progressing through the legislative process.
 

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How about they go all the way and eliminate the need for a permit altogether?
The whole requirement for a permit to carry a gun is unconstitutional anyway.
 

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How about they go all the way and eliminate the need for a permit altogether?
The whole requirement for a permit to carry a gun is unconstitutional anyway.
I like some sort of licensing....
 

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