Governor Walker to Sign Wisconsin Carry Bill Today

Walker Signing BillToday at 2:30 PM, in the Grand Lodge at 805 Creske Ave in Wausau, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will finally sign an historic carry bill bringing Wisconsin in line with the 48 other states which already have some form of concealed carry.

The bill, SB 93,  sponsored by Wausau Senator Pam Galloway, allows law-abiding citizens to apply for a permit to carry a handgun after completing a training requirement.

The bill, which will not go into effect until November of this year, is long overdue according to many Wisconsin residents who cite to the increased violence over the July 4th weekend as yet another example of the danger citizens face as crime increases due to the sluggish economy.

Readers should take the time to thank Governor Walker for supporting and signing this important legislation.

About John Pierce

Monachus Lex is written by Virginia attorney John Pierce. John is a life-long gun rights advocate, an NRA certified instructor and co-founder of the nationwide gun rights group

He has an undergraduate degree in Computer Information Systems, an MBA from George Mason University and is a 2012 Honors Graduate of Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, MN.

Professionally, John is a member of the American Bar Association Second Amendment Civil Rights Litigation Subcommittee and his writings have been published by the ABA Civil Rights Litigation Committee and the ABA Minority Trial Lawyer Committee.

In addition, his open carry advocacy has been featured on Nightline and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart.
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2 Responses to Governor Walker to Sign Wisconsin Carry Bill Today

  1. Tom Mausolf says:

    I am not from Wisconsin, but I have friends there. All I can say is BRAVO!!!

  2. Just sent an email to him, thanking him. Also asking for it to be recipical

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