Constitutional Carry

Posted 1 week ago — Ooley Law Blog

Constitutional carry is the phrase used to describe a state that does not require a license to carry a firearm. Constitutional carry is sometimes called permitless carry, and it simply recognizes that free people should not have to obtain a license to exercise a right secured by the Second Amendment and the state constitution (Article 1, Section 32 in the Indiana Constitution).

 

Alex Ooley was on The Daily Bullet with Paul Lathrop to discuss Constitutional Carry and the movement for Indiana to become a Constitutional Carry state. You can listen to the podcast here, and you can subscribe to the podcast on your favorite podcasting app.

 

Alex mentions the January 5, 2022 Indiana House Public Policy Committee hearing, which can be found at the following link:

 

http://iga.in.gov/information/archives/2022/video/committee_public_policy_1600/