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Hudson Proposes National Concealed Carry Bill

North Carolina congressman is member of Trump's Second Amendment Coaliton

Rep. Richard Hudson, R-North Carolina, is a member of President-elect Donald Trump's Second Amendment Coalition. ( Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)
Rep. Richard Hudson, R-North Carolina, is a member of President-elect Donald Trump's Second Amendment Coalition. ( Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Rep. Richard Hudson, R-North Carolina, says he is preparing legislation that would allow those with concealed carry permits in their state to cross state lines.

According to the Daily Caller, Hudson’s legislation would allow people with a state-issued concealed carry license to carry a handgun to any other state that allows concealed carry if the person is not banned from possessing or transporting a firearm by federal law.

Hudson said he planned on introducing the legislation, called the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, during the next Congress. He introduced a similar bill in 2015.

“As a member of President-elect Trump’s Second Amendment Coalition, I look forward to working with the administration to advance policies that support and protect our right to keep and bear arms,” Hudson told the Daily Caller.

The National Rifle Association spent big in the election, according to opensecrets.org, spending at least $50.3 million on the presidential race and six Senate races, allocating $30.3 million to President Elect Donald Trump’s campaign alone.

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