GCO asks AG to recognize North Dakota

GCO sent a letter last week asking the Attorney General to recognize North Dakota’s firearms licenses based on a new law that states that reciprocity is at the discretion of the other state. In other words, North Dakota will recognize Georgia if Georgia will recognize North Dakota. You may read GCO’s letter to the Attorney General’s office here.

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3 Responses to “GCO asks AG to recognize North Dakota”

  1. ICP Juggalo Says:

    Well since both states have almost the same exact language for the public gathering definition for off-limits places, atleast it wont require having to learn a whole new list of places off-limits as it usually does when visiting another state.

  2. Ed Stone Says:

    Actually, they do not. While North Dakota uses the words “public gathering,” the state actually has a list of places off limits, not the open-ended ambiguity that exists in Georgia law.

  3. OneMoreCarol Says:

    I think people have forgotten that the the Bill of Rights were written and intended as Parallel Rights. The First Amendment does not require a license to speak [although there are times . . .]. A person takes his First Amendment Right to speak into Church, Theater, School and College Campus, Grocery Store, Playground, etc. and is not penalized for doing so. Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Assembly and Freedom of the Press are on Equal Footing with “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms” and that is why the Second Amendment states the right “Shall Not Be Infringed.” I respectfully request that everyone re-read the Bill of Rights and look at each as having equal standing with the others. Remember, the US Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Land, above all other State, County and Local Laws.