Vlue/DreamstimeToday the House passed a major new gun bill that has managed to piss off both gun control advocates and champions of the Second Amendment.
HR 38, known as the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, passed on a mostly partyline vote of 231-198.
Described by the National Rifle Association as their “number-one legislative priority” for the year, the bill allows a person with a valid concealed carry permit from one state to carry in any other state.
The bill replaces the country’s confusing patchwork of reciprocity laws that govern where a concealed carry permit holder can possess a firearm outside their home state, and is a major win for gun rights advocates.
Also included in the bill was the Fix NICS Act, which was rolled into the legislation on Tuesday.
The Fix NICS Act—unveiled as a response to the Sutherland Springs shooting—included some pretty mild additional reporting requirements for federal agenciesThis post was originally published on this site