Louisiana: Enhanced Firearm Preemption Legislation Signed by Governor Jeff Landry

Gun Rights

Today, Governor Jeff Landry signed Senate Bill 194 into law which enhances and strengthens Louisiana’s existing firearm preemption laws. The NRA would like to thank Governor Landry for signing this critical piece of legislation and his continued commitment to protecting Second Amendment rights in Louisiana. NRA also thanks Senator Blake Miguez for introducing the bill, and all members of the Louisiana legislature who supported SB 194 throughout this year’s legislative session.

SB 194 expands the types of behavior political subdivisions are generally prohibited from regulating, provides standing for both individuals and organizations to seek declaratory and injunctive relief when political subdivisions are in violation, and requires political subdivisions to repeal any offending ordinances or regulations within six months of the bill’s enactment. The law will officially take effect on August 1, 2024.  

Stay tuned to www.NRAILA.org and your email inbox for updates regarding Second Amendment and hunting-related legislation in the Pelican State.

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