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By A. Marie Hamilton
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Nebraska becomes 27th state to pass a Constitutional Carry gun law


April 27, 2023

Mike Motz

Sun-Telegraph investigative reporter, A. Marie Hamilton, demonstrates a popular Constitutional Carry method for women using the Galco Underwraps 2.0 belly band. Constitutional Carry, concealed carry without the extra requirement of permits, became legal on Tuesday after Gov. Jim Pillen signed LB77 into law.

By A. Marie Hamilton, Sidney Sun-Telegraph

LINCOLN – Nebraska becomes the 27th state to pass a Constitutional Carry gun law which was presented to Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen, R-Platte County, on April 19 and was signed into law by Pillen on Tuesday, April 25.

Nebraska lawmakers voted 33-14 to pass Legislative Bill 77 (LB77) last Wednesday on its final reading after being introduced nearly four months ago on January 5 by Nebraska Sen. Tom Brewer, R-Gordon.

The new law enables residents to carry concealed without a permit but does not usurp the federal requirements to purchase or own a firear...

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