Louisiana Could Have 'Strongest Second Amendment Law in the Nation' If Gun Law Ballot Question Passes
When it comes to the Second Amendment, Louisiana legislators are bringing out the biggest legal guns they can find.
For Pelican State voters, Amendment II on the Nov. 6 Ballot asks voters if they want to change the phrasing of the “Right to Bear Arms,” as it is defined in Louisiana's State Constitution.
Proponents of the measure say it will make Louisiana's defense of the Second Amendment the best in the nation. However, opponents are concerned that the new strict scrutiny measures could make it more difficult to limit gun trade, transfer or impose restrictions on concealed weapons at various venues in the future.