Yesterday, 06:10 PM
I'm sure there are already plans to address most of those issues in 2019. Police notification in will get old for police really fast. I imagine it will be like Officer: "Do you know why I pulled you over?" Citizen: "I HAVE A GUN" repeatedly. There was a similar situation with carry in churches where churches are required to notify police of who in the congregation has permission to carry in the church, but it became pointless because there would be like 50 people with permission.
There is a lot of distrust towards out of state people. Both "oil patch worker criminals" and "anti-pipeline ecoterrorists" in particular.
One at least one occasion, I heard people arguing that concealed carry licenses were discriminatory against these groups and that constitutional carry would right the wrong. Maybe that train of thought got some D votes in the House.