Nebraska has added Wisconsin to the list of states it honors. This is the first change in who they honor since they first posted a list of states they would honor. https://statepatrol.nebraska.gov/med...eciprocity.pdf
Wyoming has finally updated their list of states they would honor. Took them almost a year. The WY State Patrol also updated their list which was 3 years old and had incorrect info on what states WY honored. It only took me 3 emails and two phone calls to get them to update their lists. It shows that if you keep after them they will make the changes. http://attorneygeneral.state.wy.us/dci/pdf/CWPFAQ.pdf
New Mexico has added another quirk to their reciprocity. They are out to sign agreements with all the states they honor. But with one quirk. NM will not honor any permit/license issued to any LEGAL RESIDENT ALIEN. Though they honor a TX permit/license they will not honor a TX permit/license issued to a Legal Resident Alien. The same with all the other states they honor. So if you are a Legal Resident Alien even though NM honors the state permit/license you have they will not honor it as you are not a US Citizen. You can see that NM disqualification for Legal Resident Aliens by going here and scrolling down to number 4. http://www.dps.nm.org/index.php/nm-c...ty-agreements/
There are changes coming to many states concerning their firearm law and www.handgunlaw.us
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will be updated late this evening or early tomorrow with the changes above and other changes.