As Deadline Nears, Second Amendment Supporters Demand Senate Vote on Concealed Carry Reciprocity

By Roger J. Katz We have two weeks left before the Senate adjourns for the Christmas holiday. If the Senate fails to act on national concealed handgun carry reciprocity within the next two weeks, any chance that this measure will be taken up anew when the House of Representatives seats a Democratic majority in 2019 will be virtually nil. […]

Attention All Law-Abiding Gun Owners: National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Is In Jeopardy

By Roger J. Katz Concealed handgun carry reciprocity is about to die. It’s about to die through deliberate inaction or the callous indifference of the U.S. Senate. But we have a small window of opportunity: 21 days left to achieve the goal that has eluded us for years. It seemed assured of being accomplished by the Republican-controlled 115th Congress but, […]

Would a National Tiered System of Carry Permits Be the Straw That Breaks the Hoplophobes’ Backs?

By MarkPA Now that Brett Kavanaugh has ascended the bench, the Supreme Court is likely to rule on some states’ “may-issue” practices that amount to “won’t-issue” for carry permits. The recent case of Young v. Hawaii is ripe for consideration. A three judge panel of the Ninth Circuit has ruled in Young’s favor, granting him his prayer […]