I think that it would be fair for a State to require that a resident of that State should have a CCW permit from that State, and not from another. If you move from State 1 to State 2, State 2 requires that after a certain amount of time you have to get a driver’s license from State 2 and your State 1 driver’s license is no longer valid. It’s not at all valid that if you live in State 1 and are not eligible for a driver’s license there you could travel to State 2, get a driver’s license there and then use it indefinitely in State 1. CCW permits could be the same.
So, Sen. Feinstein thinks there’s an exception to the Full Faith and Credit clause of the Constitution? Good to know when it’s time to argue about the Constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act.
I remember when you could obtain drivers licenses from numerous states without hindrance.
The federal government stepped in an forbade it.