Urge Gov. Herbert and Your State Senator(s) to Support Constitutional Carry"Constitutional rights cannot be licensed or taxed.
That is why, as a voting constituent, I am outraged that the Constitutional Carry bill (SB 97) is being bottled up in the Senate.
Our constitutionally-protected gun rights are NOT bargaining chips.
You must put SB 97 up for a vote, and pass it by a veto-proof majority over the objections of a traitor and violator to his oath of office, Governor Herbert.
I, and other constituents in Utah, will be watching your vote."*
My letter to: Sen. Evan Vickers (R-UT), Gov. Gary Herbert (R-UT)
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Constitutional Carry legislation is languishing in the Utah State Senate.
Senate Bill 97, sponsored by Sen. David Hinkins (R), would allow a non-prohibited person, 21 years or older to carry a concealed gun without a permit under the same conditions he may currently open carry a gun without a permit.
This means the gun has to be “Utah unloaded” (no round in the chamber but full magazine ok), and the gun cannot be carried into schools or other off limits locations.
While this is not everything we want, this is a major step toward FULL Constitutional Carry -- and it must be passed.
Unfortunately, someone is trying to stop it: Governor Gary Herbert.
Governor Herbert has threatened to veto the bill, so Senate leaders are wavering on whether to put it up for a vote.
Don’t let them kill Constitutional Carry.
It must be put up for a vote, and it must be passed by a veto-proof majority.
So please tell Governor Herbert and your state senator to defend your Second Amendment rights by supporting SB 97.