Indiana bill would eliminate gun licenses

(WLFI Photo, file)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Indiana House Republicans have introduced a bill that would repeal current legislation requiring a license to carry a handgun in Indiana.

(Provided Photo/Rep. Jim Lucas)
(Provided Photo/Rep. Jim Lucas)

24-Hour News 8’s Joe Melillo has covered Indiana lawmakers’ previous efforts with proposals of this kind.

The bill, filed Thursday by Republican State Representative Jim Lucas, would eliminate a licensing requirement for Indiana residents who are otherwise legally able to carry a handgun.

In addition, the bill would set out the means for Indiana residents to carry firearms in another state, provided that state has a reciprocity agreement with Indiana.

24-Hour News 8 will continue to follow this story.

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