FILE – U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, Republican from Concord, North Carolina, wants Congress to pass a bill granting national reciprocity rights for concealed carry gun permit holders, saying Second Amendment rights shouldn’t disappear across state lines. In North Carolina, permit reciprocity recently ended for residents who work in or travel to Virginia.
FILE – U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, Republican from Concord, North Carolina, wants Congress to pass a bill granting national reciprocity rights for concealed carry gun permit holders, saying Second Amendment rights shouldn’t disappear across state lines. In North Carolina, permit reciprocity recently ended for residents who work in or travel to Virginia. J. Scott Applewhite AP
FILE – U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, Republican from Concord, North Carolina, wants Congress to pass a bill granting national reciprocity rights for concealed carry gun permit holders, saying Second Amendment rights shouldn’t disappear across state lines. In North Carolina, permit reciprocity recently ended for residents who work in or travel to Virginia. J. Scott Applewhite AP

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