There have been new developments in Senate Bill 118, which would bring constitutional carry to Louisiana. The legislature just held a veto override session to see if they could muster enough votes to negate the governor’s veto. On June 3rd, lawmakers in Louisiana passed SB 118. The bill removed the requirement that residents first obtain […]
On June 3rd, we published a post with news that Constitutional Carry Bill SB 118 passed the Louisiana Legislature. At the time, most anticipated that Governor John Bel Edwards would veto the bill. So here is that post with more explanation of SB 118. It appears as those predictions were accurate. Gov. Edwards waited until the […]
UPDATE July 21, 2021: We have posted that the legislature did not reach the number of votes to successfully override the veto. More information here. UPDATE June 28, 2021: We have posted that Governor John Bel Edwards has indeed vetoed SB 118. You can find more information here. So far in 2021, six states have passed […]
Until recently, New Mexico and Louisiana honored each other’s concealed carry permits. That has now changed. Now, residents of New Mexico will no longer be allowed to carry concealed in the state of Louisiana, and vice versa. As of yesterday, the LA state government sites shows the updated lists of what state permits are honored […]
With a little luck from the Governor Veterans will not have to pay the fee to obtain a concealed carry permit in Louisiana anymore. According to KLFY news:
Politicians are very reactive working to pass new legislation based on recent events and tragedies. Most of these proposals are in that category. Contact your representative and find out what bills they are currently supporting!