Currently pending before the North Carolina House of Representatives is HB189(v.3). If passed, and signed into law, persons who are legally authorized to possess firearms will be able to do so without first procuring a concealed carry permit. Proponents of the Bill argue that the North Carolina Constitution and the Constitution of the United States require that the right of the People to possess firearms shall not be infringed.
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