Wyoming governor and secretary of state ask National Rifle Association to relocate to state

Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon

The letter cites the state’s lack of taxes and gun regulations as reasons why Wyoming would be a good new home for the NRA.

“We have no corporate tax, no personal income tax, no franchise tax and no gross receipts tax,” the letter read.

“We have permitless carry, the castle doctrine, anti-financial discrimination laws, permitless purchase and possession for rifles, shotguns and handguns, no registration requirements and several other pro-Second Amendment laws no the books,” it continued.

Guns are widely popular in Wyoming, and the Legislature here has pushed multiple bills in the recent past designed to ease gun rules to a even greater degree.


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