Realistically, we already have that law. Article IV, Section 1 of the Constitution requires states to recognize the judgments and proceedings of other states. If Indiana judges you to be fit to carry, then other states should extend you the same rights they do with their own citizens who hold a LTCH.
Do you really want to get any more involved with the federal government than you already have to be? I don't think anything good can become of a bill like that if it is passed. just one more list for everyone to be put on.
Dan Coates 202-224-5623
Dick Lugar 202-224-4814
Sir, Please support or co sponsor [STRIKE]S.845[/STRIKE]
Calling makes a difference.
You don't reconcile them. Driver's licenses don't, you just say one is good in all even if it is easier to get in another state. Problem then might be that non-resident permits go away but any of us in shall issue states wouldn't need non-resident.Someone help me with the principle on this. It seems to me we're conceding federal jurisdiction over firearms if we have this. This also seems to trample on our rights to have our own laws in each state.
How would you reconcile all the different requirements in each state?
On the surface, this seems unnecessary and dangerous. We're already winning this battle state by state. We win something every year on this. If the feds get it, what would keep them from tightening the restrictions later and forcing all the states to comply or lose highway funds or something like that?
I don't think we want this, and I'm not sure it's Constitutional.
Why wouldn't it be constitutional? Shall not be infringed as long as you're in your home state?