Posted December 4, 2017 1:30 pm by Comments

By Chris Eger

“An overwhelming majority of Americans support concealed carry reciprocity. Momentum, common sense, and the facts are on our side,” said the sponsor of the reciprocity bill, U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, R-NC. (Photo: House Republican Conference)
A measure expanding carry protections slammed by gun control advocates is set for a full vote in the House this week but may be merged with other proposals.
The bill, H.R. 38, was marked up by the House Judiciary Committee and is on the weekly schedule for lawmakers to vote on this week, with some 213 signed on to support the move.
“An overwhelming majority of Americans support concealed carry reciprocity. Momentum, common sense, and the facts are on our side,” said the sponsor of the reciprocity bill, U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, R-NC. “I want to thank Speaker Paul Ryan for his strong support of the Second Amendment, and I urge my colleagues to support this common-sense bill to protect law-abiding citizens.”
The news came as Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley led 22 other states in urging lawmakers to pass the legislation, a counter-balance to a national mayors group, attorneys general in 15 mostly blue states, and a host of gun control organizations that oppose the move.
One caveat that

Source: Guns.com

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