Louisiana Governor Vetos Gun Law, Retains Concealed Carry Permit Requirement | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Louisiana Governor Vetos Gun Law, Retains Concealed Carry Permit Requirement

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards vetoed a bill passed by the bipartisan state lawmakers that would have nixed the permit requirement for carrying a concealed handgun.

The governor, a Democrat, said he’s a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and an “enthusiastic outdoorsman and hunter,” but he can’t support permitless concealed carry.

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