Indiana House votes to remove the state’s license to carry a pistol

Indiana House votes to remove the state’s license to carry a pistol
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The Indiana House voted Monday to remove the license to carry a pistol in the state – an obvious, at least temporary, victory for supporters of Second change Gun rights.

House Bill 1369, which passed the House by 65-31 votes and is now in the Senate, repeals a law requiring a person to be licensed to carry a pistol in Indiana, according to the Indianapolis Star

Reports indicate that anyone legally able to carry and possess a firearm can do so without a government-issued permit or license. The invoice specified that certain perpetrators could still be banned from carrying handguns.

Proponents of the bill argue that the licensing process penalizes law-abiding citizens and residents who do not have to pay for a right guaranteed by the second …



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