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Gun Rights And Federalism

In this op-ed, Allen Rostron writes that the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, currently pending in Congress, would make reciprocity a national mandate rather than a state choice. He argues that the “patchwork” of state gun laws is a virtue of federalism, which allows the sort of diverse policy approaches and experimentation that would be undercut by passage of the federal law. Read more here.