Permitless gun carry bill passes Florida House

Lawmakers in the Florida House of Representatives passed a bill Friday that would allow gun owners to carry a concealed firearm without a state permit.

After the House’s 76–32 vote, HB-543 will next go to a final floor vote in the Senate before Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs off on it.

Although Florida does not require a permit to purchase a firearm, gun carriers still need to apply for a license to carry a concealed firearm, a process that currently involves specific background checks and training.

Though gun purchase laws remain in place, the elimination of concealed carry permits means the required

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3 thoughts on “Permitless gun carry bill passes Florida House”

    If you have a person with a concealed weapon your just asking for trouble!!!!
    These rethuglagins , Have gone way tooooo for!!!!!
    And also it’s Turing into a fascism THE FYCK UP PEOPLE!!!!!!

  2. Just one question. So the next time someone gets mad at you because of your driving and goes off the deep end, you NOW have to be concerned he has a gun in the car and might shoot you. I had this happen a few years ago. It was NOT my fault….he attempted to pass me when I was turning left in my blind spot… I drove him off the road, caught up with me when I was going into a lab for some tests….screamed at me in my face for several minutes. He was going there, too, and in a hurry. If he had had a gun, this might not have turned out so well. Or if I had!

  3. Blatant Idiotic political mindless BS….no sane reason exists for this to happen,…. But it will !!! Thanks asshat governor and moronic legislators for the murders and mayhem this will cause !!!! 🤬🤬🤬

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