Indiana acknowledges right to bear arms applies to all peaceable adults by enacting 18 and older permitless carry legislation

(March 21, 2022) Today, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signed the Firearms Policy Coalition-supported House Bill 1296 into law, making it the 24th state to enact permitless carry legislation. Under the law, peaceable adults, 18 years of age and older who are not otherwise prohibited from carrying or owning a firearm, will no longer need a license to carry either open or concealed in the Hoosier state. The law will go into effect July 1. 

FPC News – Firearms Policy Coalition

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