Indiana’s Constitutional Carry legislation, House Bill 1369, was approved by the House Public Policy Committee on February 15, 2021. According to the NRA-ILA, the bill “may now go to the Ways and Means Committee before going on to the full House for further consideration.”
Under HB 1369, any lawful adult who is legally allowed to acquire a carry permit under Indiana law can now carry a handgun without having to beg the government for permission. This is how the Second Amendment is supposed to work. However, state legislatures across the country have sought to undermine that over the last century.