After New Hampshire enacted Constitutional Carry, similar bills are still under consideration and a chance in Alabama, Indiana, North Dakota, and South Carolina. The bill is still under consideration in South Dakota, but the governor in South Dakota has already indicated that he will veto the bill. As of right now, there is still a chance for 16 to 17
states having Constitutional Carry by the end of the year.
: Will likely be voted on in the state Senate during the week of March 13th. Senate Judiciary Committee approved the bill, SB 24, with a 6-3 vote
on March 1.
. The bill originally did look promising to pass. But the bill's sponsor, Sen. Albert Robinson, R-London, said the bill was “on life support
.” And it will have to wait for another session to pass.
. The legislation
passed the state House by 200 to 97
after passing the state Senate on a party-line 13 to 10 vote. Gov. Chris Sununu signed
the bill into law.
: On February 21 the state House passed the bill by an 83 to 9 vote
. However, in the past two sessions, the state Senate killed the bills
. Governor Dick Burgum has not stated
a position on this issue.
: Bill approved by a 3 to 0 vote
in the state House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, March 9th. The two Democrats on the committee were both either out of town or out of the country, but both said that they would have voted against the bill. Republicans outnumber Democrats
in the state House by 80 to 44 and the state Senate by 28 to 18.