In a recently released article in the news in the State of North Carolina that on February 24, 2021, it has been announced that “ two new portions of a 2020 concealed weapons bill that were vetoed successfully last year have resurfaced this year in separate measures.”
These returning bills included the ability for emergency medical personnel to be able to conceal carry a firearm while on duty “when providing medical assistance to officers,” while the other would, “make it easier for a concealed permit holder whose license has lapsed to avoid taking another comprehensive firearms safety and training course before a renewal.”
The North Carolina House Judiciary Committee has put forth both of these today for consideration to be voted upon. I will be following this closely to see where the politicians of North Carolina’s stance is on these Bills. Stay tuned for further information on this subject.
Author: Nicholas Torres