Law Enforcement Today reported on New Jersey’s recent executive order which banned the sale of insurance products that allow gun owners to receive liability coverage. In doing so, it will be practically impossible for concealed carry holders in New Jersey to receive coverage.
This executive order was passed in September and a press release from Governor Phil Murphy’s office stated that within a 30 day time period, all action “to prohibit and/or limit the sale, procurement, marketing, or distribution of insurance products that may serve to encourage the improper use of firearms” would be taken.
Because of this move, the U.S. Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) announced earlier this month that it was forced to “Pull their services off the shelf for […]
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