Gov. DeSantis signals intent to sign constitutional carry bill if OK’d by lawmakers

Gov. DeSantis signals intent to sign constitutional carry bill if OK’d by lawmakers

A video shared by the National Association for Gun Rights suggests Gov. Ron DeSantis is willing to sign a constitutional carry bill into law if passed by the Legislature. The bill ( HB 103 ) would allow law-abiding citizens to practice open and concealed carry by removing laws that require a concealed-weapons permit in Florida. “Of course,” DeSantis is overheard saying in the video when asked if he would sign the bill. The video, only six seconds long, shows DeSantis only briefly. The NAGR said it was filmed at a reception at the Governor’s Mansion on Dec. 3. In a response to an inquiry by Florida Politics, the Governor’s Office described DeSantis’ remarks as a “general statement.” “The governor cannot comment on the details of legislation that he has not seen yet,” added Christina Pushaw , a spokesperson for DeSantis. “Our office will be monitoring legislation throughout the process and will let you know if we have any updates to share on this topic.” The bill, if passed, would align Florida with 21 other constitutional carry states, according to the group. Republican Rep. Anthony Sabatini is the bill sponsor. Sabatini announced plans to file the proposal after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a constitutional carry law in his state. “Meanwhile here in Florida, Anti-2A ‘Republicans’ in the Legislature REFUSE to allow my Constitutional Carry Bill to move forward,” Sabatini wrote on Twitter. Since his 2018 election to the House, Sabatini has repeatedly filed the measure. Republican leadership, however, has […]

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