he Louisiana Legislature will make history tomorrow by reconvening to override a Democrat governor’s veto. In the 47 years of the current state constitution, lawmakers have never come back after a regular session to override, AP reported.
At issue is a law to make concealed carry unrestricted. If the veto is overridden, Louisiana would become the 22nd state to say carry ’em if you got ’em. 35 years ago, only one state was unrestricted: Vermont.
The Second Amendment is not the only front where conservatives are winning.
PJ Media reported, “The Russell County School Board has voted unanimously to reject the Virginia Education Department’s new transgender policy after outrage from their community.
“The policies are laid out in a document titled Model Policies for the Treatment of Transgender Students in Virginia’s Public Schools, which was approved last year.”
The pushback is real.