The past week has seen a number of positive developments for the right to keep and bear arms in the states.
In Idaho, Governor Butch Otter signed a constitutional carry bill into law last Friday. According to Gun Owners of America, the new law allows those over 21 who are legally able to possess a firearm to carry a concealed handgun statewide without first obtaining a permit. It goes into effect on July 1st.
On Monday in Tennessee, the state House voted 88-2 to pass HB2389. Introduced by Democrat Rep. John Windle, the bill sets the foundation for the state to reject and block enforcement of gun control by international law or treaty.
On Tuesday in Mississippi, the state Senate voted 36-14 to pass a constitutional carry bill that also sets the foundation to reject and end new federal gun control by regulation or executive order in the state.
And in Arizona on Monday, HB2300 passed an important procedural step in the state Senate. The bill already passed the House and could be up for a Senate vote in the near future.
The bill sets the foundation to reject any new federal gun control measure, whether by an act of congress, executive order, or agency rule,