This is a discussion on AZ Restaraunt Carry bill within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; The bill SB1113 cleared commitee and is headed for a vote....
The bill SB1113 cleared commitee and is headed for a vote.
Nice! That'll be good for me when I go back to visit family in Tucson next summer.
I grew up in Arizona, so I always try to keep up on the laws there.
I posted over on another thread how to contact your elected officials in AZ and tell them you support this:
We're trying to do this in NM too.
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Give it heck and carry forward, some of the momentum given by the recent Bill passing in Tennessee. We had to override the Gov but, we did it!
Although, there is some controversy about this one because this was originally brought about by the azcdl and there were no provisions for ccw only. In it's original form it would have been legal to open carry or conceal, but at the last minute the NRA added an amendment that made it CCW legal only. There's a lot of people mad at the NRA for this and supposedly the original form had a good chance of passing anyway.
Yeah, I would prefer OC or CC, but since I CC anyway I don't mind the change.
I can understand them changing it to CC only.. But I think that still goes against the 2nd Amendment.. But to get this to pass I'll take what I can get,.. I want some food I haven't eaten in a long time..
Lets get the CC passed and go back and work on the OC at a later time.
"When the people fear the government you have tyranny...when the government fears the people you have liberty."
--Thomas Jefferson --
I do hope this passes. I just visited AZ and that law was the biggest pain in the *****!
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Let's go for it......
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