HB 134 – 2nd Amendment Protection Act

HB 134 – 2nd Amendment Protection Act

Primary House Sponsors: Rep. Jeffrey McNeely (R-Iredell); Rep. Jason Saine (R-Lincoln); Rep. Jay Adams (R-Catawba); Rep. Jerry Carter (R-Rockingham)

Summary

This bill would permit a person with a valid concealed handgun permit or a person who is exempt from obtaining a permit to carry a weapon on a campus or educational property if: (1) the person carries a handgun on property that in a nonpublic school; (2) the property is the location of both a school and a building that is a place of worship; (3) the weapon is a handgun; (4) the handgun is possessed/carried on educational property outside of school operating hours; and (5) the person in legal possession/control of the premises has not posted a conspicuous notice prohibiting the carrying of a concealed handgun on the premises.

This bill would also allow emergency medical services personnel to carry a concealed weapon while on duty when providing tactical medical assistance to law enforcement operations in emergency situations following completion of an approved tactical medical assistance course for supporting law enforcement operations.

Movement

Filed – 2/23/2021

 
 

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