At this time, is awaiting action in the Senate Committee of the Whole (COW) before its third and final reading later this week. SB1108 is the companion bill to , which is currently making its way through the House.
Back in 1994, when the original Right-to-Carry bill passed, opponents made outrageous claims that there would be shootouts in the streets, and that the murder rate would skyrocket. Opponents to the original Right-to-Carry bill, such as a large number of law enforcement groups, can now freely admit that none of these radical predictions have come true. In
Please contact your State Senator and respectfully urge him or her to support the amended version of SB 1108. Contact information can be found by clicking here.