This is one of those topics where we must be careful. No one wants to have an officer just walk up a ask to see your papers, however, the right wishes to do this in some instances but not others.
if it’s not ok to ask for a carry permit, it shouldn’t be ok to ask for proof of citizenship, right? One solution, Constitutional Carry with no permit. No where in the Constitution is a permit required to ‘keep and bear arms.’
Well regulated doesn’t mean regulated with today’s term back then it meant something entirely different, it was more along the lines of well funded and supplied, not rules and restrictions.
Tomorrow at 9:00 a.m., the Joint Committee on the Judiciary will hold a meeting to decide whether the committee is going to hear House Bill 6200 . Introduced by state Representatives Caroline Simmons (D-144), William Tong (D-147), and Daniel J. Fox (D-148), HB 6200 would require a person openly carrying a firearm to display their permit immediately upon demand […]