In the aftermath of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, many Americans were left wondering what might happen to their Second Amendment rights if the bill is signed into law.
The answer, many legal experts say, could be very different.
A new law that would allow guns in public is being debated by Congress.
It’s known as the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, or CCRA.
It would allow law enforcement to openly carry firearms without a permit in public places, including parks, bars and shopping centers.
But critics of the bill say it’s an extension of the Second Amendment, which protects Americans’ right to bear arms.
They call it a “gun grab,” a law that infringes on the Second Amendments rights of law-abiding citizens and infringes upon the Second amendment rights of criminals, drug dealers and other people who have a legal right to own firearms.
Critics of the CCRA say it will allow people to carry weapons in public without a license.
It could make it easier for law enforcement officers to disarm suspected criminals and criminals with a gun.
Critics say CCRA would also allow criminals and other dangerous people with a criminal record to carry guns without a background check.
Supporters of the law say CCAR is meant to prevent violent crime, which they say is a public health issue.
But the NRA says the law will prevent crime because it would allow police to disarm suspects without fear of being shot.
The NRA has called the CCAR legislation “unconstitutional and unconstitutional.”
The group’s political action committee, Americans for Responsible Solutions, has also called the bill unconstitutional.
The CCRA is sponsored by Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, a former Navy SEAL and a supporter of the military.
“We’ve been very clear that we’re not going to let a federal agency dictate what law-enforcement officers should be allowed to do in the states they’re assigned to,” Barton said.
“We’re going to enforce the law and protect our rights.
And that’s what we’re trying to do.”
Barton says the bill does not address the rights of people with mental health problems, as some have argued.
He says the CCPA allows police to conduct lawful searches, even in public, and the police will not be required to get a warrant to do so.
The law would also make it a crime to sell, purchase or possess a firearm if the person selling it has a mental health problem, but the person buying it would still be required by law to obtain a license from the state.
The bill would also require that the police can take people into custody for a violation of the laws in question, or for a minor violation that would not be a felony.
The law would make it possible for law-and-order officials to detain people without a warrant in order to prevent a crime or to provide emergency medical services.
It would also let law enforcement officials carry concealed weapons into certain government buildings.
Law enforcement would also be allowed in certain areas of private property and businesses with permits to carry firearms.
Law-enforcement agencies would also need a permit to carry a concealed weapon into a state park, a federal building, or into a military installation.
A person with a valid concealed carry permit could carry a firearm into public places and other areas protected by the CCAA, including schools, bars, shopping centers and stadiums.
The proposed law has the backing of about a dozen law enforcement organizations, including the National Sheriffs Association, the National Association of Police Organizations and the American Association of Chiefs of Police.
The legislation has not yet been introduced in the House or Senate.