Mississippi made a major move to acknowledge their citizen's unfettered right to self-defense and defense against tyranny. As the Tenth Amendment Center reports:
Today, the Mississippi Senate passed a bill that not only allows unlicensed, “constitutional carry,” but also sets the foundation to reject and end new federal gun control regulations and executive orders.
Originally introduced as a church security bill to allow those with a concealed carry permit to have a firearm in church, House Bill 786 (HB786) was passed in the House by a vote of 85-33. However, when it was sent to the Senate, the scope of the bill was greatly expanded in the Judiciary A Committee.
This is a great victory for gun rights advocates, and for those Americans who might not otherwise be able to defend themselves from those wishing to do them harm. We hope more states soon follow suit.
via American Action News