Indiana House Votes to Abolish Concealed Carry Permit Requirement
by AWR Hawkins
The Indiana House voted Monday to abolished the state’s requirement law-abiding citizens acquire a concealed permit in order to carry a gun on their persons for self-defense.
Fox News reported legislation aimed at ending the permit requirement, House Bill 1369, passed by a vote of 65 to 31.
HB1369 is sponsored by State Rep. Ben Smaltz (R). The summary for the bill says, “Repeals the law that requires a person to obtain a license to carry a handgun in Indiana.”