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Idaho – (Effective 7/1/2024) The Governor has signed SB 1374 which put restrictions on those using State Property for events. Unless they charge admission etc they can’t stop those legally carrying. You need to read the bill at
https://legislature.idaho.gov/...islation/S1374E1.pdf

Idaho – (Effective 7/1/2024) The Governor has signed HB 620 with State wide preemption on knives. “a city, county, or other political subdivision of this state shall not enact any ordinance, rule, or tax relating to the transportation, possession, carrying, sale, transfer, purchase, gift, devise, licensing, registration, or use of a knife or knife making components in this state.”
https://legislature.idaho.gov/...islation/H0620E1.pdf

Louisiana - (Effective July 4, 2024) The Governor has signed SB 2 which gives some Limitations of Liability for those with a Permit. Looks like they want to give an incentive to get permits and want to keep making money from issuing permits since they are going Permitless Carry on July 4, 2024. https://www.legis.la.gov/legis...ument.aspx?d=1353168

New Mexico – (Effective on or about June 3, 2024) The New Mexico has signed SB 5 which bans firearms within 100 feet of a polling place even places where an early voting is taking place. You can read the bill at
https://www.nmlegis.gov/Sessio...lar/final/SB0005.pdf

Oklahoma – (Effective November 1, 2024) The Governor has signed SB 1292 which will allow Oklahoma residents to apply for a permit valid for 10 years. Cost is just double the cost of a 5 year permit. https://legiscan.com/OK/bill/SB1291/2024

Washington – (Effective June 6, 2024) The Governor has signed a bill into law that prohibits having a weapon at various locations that include zoos, libraries and public transit facilities.
However, the prohibitions under Senate Bill 5444 do not apply to those who have a valid concealed carry permit. What it stops is Open Carry in these places as open carry is legal in Washington without a permit but a permit is needed for concealed carry or carry in an auto. https://lawfilesext.leg.wa.gov...pdf?q=20240327153029


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