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Wyoming Senator Cale Case introducing a fix to conceal carry reciprocity
Cheyenne-Gun-Rights-Examiner ^ | 18 January, 2010 | Anthony Bouchard

Posted on 01/21/2010 4:18:01 AM PST by marktwain

Senator Cale Case

Thumbs up to Senator Cale Case, he has introduced legislation to fix the conceal-carry blunder from earlier this year. SF 26 - Eligibility concealed weapons permit, will fix what Freuedenthal's appointee decided was a problem.

Ultimately, WyGO / Wyoming Gun Owners supports legislation that lets anyone with a permit from any state carry in Wyoming. If an individual has a concealed carry permit from their own state, no matter what we interpret from their state law, who are we to say they cannot carry in Wyoming? Even if that state doesn't reciprocate, we must lead by example.

Also, can we say we should be able to carry anywhere in the country only to restrict others visiting here? Certainly not.

While I believe we should be taking a harder stance, Senator Case is taking a good run in the right direction and we fully support the passing of this legislation in its current form.

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TOPICS: Extended News; Government; News/Current Events; US: Wyoming
KEYWORDS: banglist; ccw; examiner; reciprocity; wy
Reciprocity keeps spreading.
1 posted on 01/21/2010 4:18:02 AM PST by marktwain
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To: marktwain

I’ve got a fix for conceal carry reciprocity. It’s called the Second Amendment. “Shall not be infringed” means just that. Constitutionally speaking, no one has any business telling me if or how I carry. Just follow the Constitution and all the problems with reciprocity go away.

2 posted on 01/21/2010 4:44:00 AM PST by magslinger (OPM (Other People's Money) is the religion of the Marxists.)
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