On January 3–the first day of the 115th Congress–Representative Richard Hudson (R-NC-8) introduced national concealed carry reciprocity legislation.
Hudson’s office published this summary of the legislation:
The gentleman that sent this link in (who shall remain anonymous for obvious reasons) asks this question of you:
This being the place where the meeting of the minds occurs, I thought it would be the best place for such a discussion.
Unfortunately, I’m stuck in Maryland, which is a may-issue state with a licensing scheme run by the state police. Since self defense does not qualify as a good and substantial reason to be issued a carry permit, I cannot get one here.
So here’s my question. Under the proposed law, would Maryland be forced to recognize my Florida non-resident carry license? I could not find anything in the bill summary or on the representative’s Q&A page.