Constitutional Carry

Constitutional Carry History

D.C. v. Heller (2008) decided that this applied to an individual right to arm in defense of oneself



  1. Vermont
  2. Alaska – Sept 9, 2003 – HB102
  3. Arizona – July 29, 2010 – SB1108
  4. Wyoming  – July 1, 2011 (residents only)
  5. Kansas – July 1, 2015 – SB 45
  6. Mississippi – July 1, 2015
  7. Maine – Oct 15, 2015 – LD 652
  8. West Virginia – May 24, 2016 – HB 4145
  9. Idaho – July 1, 2016 – SB 1389
  10. Missouri – Jan 1, 2017 – SB 656
  11. New Hampshire – Feb 22, 2017 – SB12
  12. North Dakota – Aug 1, 2017 – HB 1169
    (residents only; concealed carry only)
  13. Arkansas – Oct 17, 2018 – Act 746
  14. South Dakota – July 1, 2019 – SB 47
  15. Oklahoma – Nov 1, 2019 – HB 2597
  16. Kentucky –  June 27, 2019 – SB 150
  17. Utah – Feb 12th, 2021
  18. Montana – Feb 18, 2021
  19. Iowa – July 1, 2021 – HF756
  20. Tennessee – July 1, 2021
  21. Texas – July 1, 2021
  22. Alabama – March 2022
  23. Ohio – March 2022
  24. Indiana – March 2022
  25. Georgia – April 2022

2022:

Alabama – HB272
– Passed Congress – March 3, 2022
– Republican Gov. Kay Ivey signed March 10, 2022
goes into effect on January 1, 2023
– Alabama = State #22

Ohio – SB215
– Passed the Senate December 15, 2021
– passed the House March 2, 2022
– Republican Gov. Mike DeWine signed March 14, 2022
goes into effect June 12. 2022
– Ohio = State #23

Indiana – HB 1296
– Passed Senate March 8, 2022
– Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb signed March 21, 2022
Goes into effect on July 1, 2022
– Indiana = State #24

Georgia – SB319
– passed General Assembly April 1, 2022
– Governor Kemp will sign Tuesday, April 12, at 3:30PM
Goes into effect ??
Georgia = State #25


2021:

Constitutional Carry modified in:
– Wyoming (to include non-residents)

Constitutional Carry almost (just the Governors vetoed it) in:
– Pennsylvania
– Louisiana


 

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