Monday, May 07, 2018

Dahm praises passage of Constitutional Carry


Senator Nathan Dahm Praises Oklahoma Legislature's Passage of Constitutional Carry Legislation
Law-abiding Oklahomans will be able to defend themselves without the burden of a required government-issued license.

Tulsa, OK - Nathan Dahm [Friday] praised the Oklahoma Legislature's passage of Senate Bill 1212 known as Constitutional Carry.

"The passage of Constitutional Carry is a momentous occasion for 2nd Amendment protections in the state of Oklahoma," said Dahm, R - Broken Arrow. "There is not another Constitutional right that requires people to get training and licensing in order to exercise that right. Now, law-abiding Oklahomans will be able to defend themselves without the burden of a required government-issued license."

If signed into law, firearms would remain prohibited in schools and government buildings, among other places where weapons are not allowed. With the passage of this law, Oklahoma would be the 14th state to enact Constitutional Carry legislation.

"As a long-time champion of 2nd Amendment rights, I was proud to secure the rights of every law-abiding Oklahoman. Constitutional carry simply guarantees the fundamental rights laid out in the 2nd Amendment alongside our other constitutional freedoms."

Senate Bill 1212 now awaits the signature of Governor Fallin.

Nathan Dahm is a current Oklahoma State Senator and conservative Republican candidate for Congress in Oklahoma's 1st Congressional District. To learn more about Nathan, visit www.NathanDahm.com.

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