NJ – Self-Protection – Ever wear a badge in Jersey? You may now be allowed to carry a gun here.

NJ.COM July 14, 2017 – Gov. Chris Christie has signed into law a bill that will allow virtually anyone who ever wore a badge in New Jersey to carry a firearm after they retire. The new bill, signed Thursday, substantially adds to the list of those who can carry firearms in New Jersey to virtually all former uniformed law enforcement officers. Previously, only interstate, state and local police officers, county sheriff’s deputies or corrections officers and state or or county park police officers were allowed to continue to carry their firearms into retirement. [full article] 

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