Pierre, South Dakota — Recognizing “Constitutional Carry” as the first bill she signs into law, South Dakota Republican Governor Kristi Noem put her signature on the legislation this morning, making the state America’s 14th Constitutional Carry state.
Flanked by legislators who helped usher the bill through the South Dakota Legislature, Governor Noem laid out a multitude of reasons why the issue was so important to her as she completes her first month as Governor of South Dakota.
Please watch the video below of the signing ceremony and pass this around to other Second Amendment supporters.
Even with anti-gunners attacking Second Amendment rights across the country, gun owners in states like Iowa, Georgia, Oklahoma, and others are the on the offense, looking to make their state the next Constitutional Carry state.
To those who don’t know, Constitutional Carry makes the permit to carry optional.
If does not eliminate it for those who wish to keep it for reciprocity purposes.
Despite the “sky is falling” warnings from liberal anti-gunners across America, Constitutional Carry states have not seen increases in crime and mayhem.
10 years ago, only two states, Alaska and Vermont had constitutional carry.
Since then, a dozen more states have jumped on board, returning true Second Amendment rights in those states.