Louisiana has elected Jeff Landry as its next governor. He will replace Democrat John Bel Edwards. Landry was endorsed by the NRA with an A+ rating, reserved only for politicians who have proven their commitment to the Second Amendment.
In July of 2021, then-Attorney General Landry posted on his Facebook page regarding Edwards’ veto of previous constitutional carry legislation:
I HAVE LONG SUPPORTED – AND I HAVE ENDORSED – CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY IN LOUISIANA. I believe it is in line with our fundamental 2nd Amendment Rights. As one of many responsible firearms owners in Louisiana I believe our law abiding citizens should have these same privileges that not only our neighboring states have but that 21 other states in our nation have today. LET ME BE CLEAR: John Bel Edwards veto of this Legislation, which had been supported by a majority of our Legislators, was just one more bad decision among many. I have led multiple legal actions in this country to protect the 2nd Amendment and we need to stand up for it right here in Louisiana.
Republicans hold majorities in both Louisiana’s House and Senate and will likely push a constitutional carry bill again once Landry is sworn in. Once signed into law, a potential Louisiana constitutional carry bill will make it the nation’s 28th state to protect Americans’ right to carry a firearm outside the home.
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