Although 2021 has been a big year for Constitutional Carry, it did face one stumbling block in Indiana.
Dean Weingarten of AmmoLand touched upon how Indiana could have passed Constitutional Carry.
Indiana’s Constitutional Carry bill, HB 1369, had 21 co-sponsors — all Republicans — in the Senate, which is made up of 50 members.
Weingarten put some more perspective on the partisan composition of the Indiana Senate:
The Indiana Senate has 39 Republicans and 11 Democrats. The opposition of key Republican leaders killed Constitutional Carry through the simple expedient of inaction.