Lander, Wy – Gov. Dave Freudenthal is supporting proposed legislation to clarify Wyoming's concealed carry reciprocity law.
State Attorney General Bruce Salzburg has discovered language in
the existing law that would significantly reduce the number of
states to which Wyoming could grant reciprocity. Reciprocity is
where two states agree to accept one another's permits.
Republican Sen. Cale Case of Lander is proposing legislation to
clarify the law and remove problems with determining which states
should be granted reciprocity.
Freudenthal says in a statement that the legislation will ensure
that lawful permit holders in and out of Wyoming can carry firearms
as originally intended.