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TN: Shelby County District Attorney Joins Others To Urge Congress To Turn Down Proposed Gun Bill
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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Concealed carry supporters and law enforcement across the nation are at odds about a proposed federal law that, if passed, would allow a concealed carry permit in one state to be valid in all other states.

Tuesday, Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich and other prosecutors spoke out against ‘The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act (CCR)’ before it’s considered in the U.S. House.

Weirich contends the legislation would cause confusion for law enforcement, since concealed carry laws vary state to state. Supporters argue the legislation would allow more well-vetted gun owners their second amendment rights in more places.
 

Comment by: dasing (4/6/2017)
In our constitution you do not need any permits to carry any where, that is, also, in most State constitutions as well.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (4/6/2017)
“Officers would have to be well-versed in all 50 states across the nation, and I think that's asking far too much of our officers,” said Weirich.

An out-and-out lie.

Any permit holder must carry pursuant to the restrictions and regulations of the state in which he carries, whether it's his home state or another state.

Weirich's officers need only be familiar with their own state's laws.
 

Comment by: laker1 (4/6/2017)
So TN drivers license should only be valid in TN?
 

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