The most important thing about yesterday’s vote: national reciprocal concealed-carry is doable.

Senator John Cornyn’s (R, Texas) common-sense proposal that states with concealed-carry permits recognize other states’ concealed-carry permits was up for a vote yesterday as an amendment to Reid’s otherwise-useless “gun control” bill; and it came close to passing.  Pretty freaking close, in fact (57/43).  Flip South Dakota, New Hampshire, and West Virginia next year, and that’s sixty for cloture and let’s-see-what-bill-Obama-won’t-dare-veto.

Here’s Sen. Cornyn’s description of the bill.

Get the right people elected next year, and it can happen.

Moe Lane (crosspost)

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