Is Constitutional Carry a Trend?

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So called constitutional carry, or permitless carry, has become a popular, but contentious subject in states across the US.
Constitutional carry basically does away with concealed carry permits for legal citizens who are lawfully allowed to own and carry a firearm. Democrats and liberals, of course, greatly oppose it, but so do some typically gun oriented organizations and states.
Do you think constitutional carry is a good idea. Does it help guns get into the hands of bad guys anymore than they do already?

Washington Post sees New Hampshire ‘constitutional’ carry as a trend

by Joseph P. Tartaro

In reporting on the signing of a “permitless” carry legislation in New Hampshire by Gov. Chris Sununu (R) on March 7, the Washington Post led off by saying that more states are allowing people to carry concealed handguns without a permit

New Hampshire this week passed a law allowing residents to carry a concealed handgun without a permit, joining a growing number of states that are allowing residents to carry weapons out of sight without a license.

“At least 11 states have passed laws allowing the concealed carry of guns without a permit, and 16 states have introduced legislation this year to do the same, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures and the National Rifle Association,” the newspaper reported.