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West Virginia: New Legislation Introduced

H. B. 3109 (By Delegates Varner, Williams, Mahan, Beach, Craig, Boggs,
Proudfoot, Perdue, Barker, Morgan and G. White) [Introduced March 21, 2005;
referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.] A BILL to amend and reenact
§61-7-6 of the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, relating to allowing
a nonresident, licensed to carry concealed weapons in another state, to
carry a concealed weapon in this state pursuant to the provisions of their
out-of-state license without the necessity of a reciprocal agreement
existing between the nonresident's state and this state.

For more information, see Packing.org.

Tennessee’s Restaurant Carry Bill, SB 1901, to be Voted on by the Senate

Last week, SB 1901 passed the Senate Judiciary Committee by a vote of 7-1. This legislation will make Tennessee one of over 30 states that allow permit holders to carry self-defense firearms in restaurants and other establishments that serve alcohol. In addition to providing a means of self-defense, SB 1901 will help to prevent the theft of firearms that must currently be stored in vehicles outside of these establishments.

For more information, see the NRA-ILA website.

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