The U.S. House vote on concealed carry reciprocity is looming. (Dave Workman)
UPDATED: The U.S. House of Representatives will reportedly vote Wednesday on the proposed Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, and the measure got support from 23 state attorneys general, leaving gun rights activists in the other states wondering why their chief law enforcement officer isn’t on that list.
The bill, H.R. 38, passed out of the House Judiciary Committee last week 19-11 along party lines. Democrats, by their vote, once again put their party in the position of being against the Second Amendment and for restrictive gun control.
Already, anti-gun Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy, a Democrat, has declared reciprocity “dead on arrival” in the Senate, according to Business Insider. He reportedly wants all attention focused on fixing the National Instant Check System