|Posted on 6/16/2016 11:58:00 AM.|
Domestic violence victims with active restraining orders will soon be able to get expedited temporary concealed carry permits under a bill that’s been signed into law. Baton Rouge concealed carry instructor Wade Duty says the wait to get into a concealed carry training course can be over a month.
|Wade Duty, concealed carry permits, domestic violence|
|Posted on 6/1/2016 4:13:00 PM.|
The bill to allow domestic violence victims to carry a concealed weapon with an expedited permit has received final legislative passage. Denham Springs Representative Valerie Hodges says women who feel threatened can get this temporary permit if they receive a protective order from a judge.
|Valerie Hodges, concealed carry permits, domestic violence|