Biden won’t get his way.
In an attempt to fight back against President Biden and the Democrats from further stripping away the 2nd Amendment, South Dakota’s Republican Governor Kristi Noem is fighting back.
Governor Noem has now decided to sign new legislation which will repeal all concealed carry permit fees in the state of South Dakota.
According to Fox, Noem stated, “Three years ago, I took a bold stand by signing constitutional carry into law to ensure there were no barriers between South Dakotans and their rights. This week, I took the step to remove a financial barrier. It shouldn’t cost you a penny to exercise your Second Amendment rights. Government exists to protect our rights, not profit from them.”
After Noem’s decision was made, the National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action applauded her actions and said, “SB 212 allows those who wish to use South Dakota’s reciprocity agreements with other states to do so and not be heavily burdened by what is essentially a tax on their right to self-defense.”
The change will officially take place on July 1, 2022.
Noem’s decision comes as President Biden and his administration are rolling out new gun regulation to stop violent crimes from happening in America.