cannot be regulated away or infringed upon; no permit shall be required for any manner of bearing arms in Florida, only the open carry of handguns may be regulated by law. Permits may be issued by request to facilitate travel in reciprocal states and as an exemption to waiting periods. #

The amendment currently has zero valid signatures — to be placed on Florida’s 2012 ballot, it needs 676,811. #

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