Amendment number two calls for strict scrutiny standard for gun laws. The amendment says the right to possess a weapon is a fundamental right in Louisiana and any restriction must pass a "strict scrutiny" judicial review.
Basically the change would make it harder to pass gun-restrictive laws in the future.
But, the passage of the proposed amendment could nullify most of Louisiana's gun limits and open the door to concealed weapons in schools and bars.
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