KY joins growing list of states considering Constitutional Carry
Tuesday, 10 January 2017 13:40

KY joins growing list of states considering Constitutional Carry


Joining states like Indiana, South Dakota, North Dakota, South Carolina, Michigan, and Texas, Kentucky legislators are currently considering a bill that would make the Second Amendment the only “permit” needed to keep and bear arms.


That’s right. Constitutional Carry could be coming to Kentucky THIS YEAR.


SB7, sponsored by Senators Albert Robinson (R), C.B. Embry Jr. (R), Dennis Parrett (D), and Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R), would “allow persons not otherwise prohibited by other laws to carry concealed weapons without a license, excluding certain prohibited locations..."


The National Association for Gun Rights is on top of Constitutional Carry efforts all around the country.


This year is ripe with opportunities to go on the offensive and take back our gun rights.


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Local news reports:

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WKYT) - A state Senate bill would allow people to carry a concealed firearm without a license.

Senate Bill 7 would "allow persons not otherwise prohibited by other laws to carry concealed weapons without a license, excluding certain prohibited locations..."

SB7 is sponsored by state Sens. Albert Robinson (R), C.B. Embry Jr. (R), Dennis Parrett (D), Mike Wilson (R), and Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R).

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