USCCA when was this article written by Scott W. Wagner?

I think information should always be dated so we can know the relevancy.

Todd

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Looks like it was written on 5/23/19.

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Welcome to the family brother god bless you and glad you are with us.

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Thanks, but where do you see the date?

Is this the latest info?

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Actually the date popped up once you pasted the link here.
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When you browse USCCA Blog you can see dates for each single article:

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@Dawn, don’t you think it might be a good idea to put the date in the actual article page. (not only when we browse articles).
Sometimes we google the article and jump directly to it from google.com and there is no date availbale.

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I’m going with May 23, 2019 :innocent:

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That’s what it says I would have to agree 100 percent.

I would have to agree that it would be nice to know the date within the article itself… perhaps next to the author’s name.

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I will suggest it to the blog team here.

Everyone, when it comes to legal questions, please be sure to check your local laws frequently as laws do change. For the latest on concealed carry laws, please check our Reciprocity Map for the latest updates and direct links to state resources.

You can also find that in the USCCA app or at uscca . com / laws (just take out the extra spaces in that address.

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