Governor Landry Signs Law Against Banks Discriminating Against Gun Industry


Louisiana Governor Jeff Landry (R) signed a bill on Tuesday known as the Firearm Industry Nondiscrimination (FIND) Act, which terminates state business relationships with financial firms that discriminate against firearm manufacturers and others in the gun industry.

Darren LaSorte from NSSF highlighted that Governor Landry‚Äôs advocacy for protecting gun makers and the firearms industry continues from his tenure as Attorney General, where he staunchly defended the Second Amendment. LaSorte praised Landry’s leadership, noting that the FIND Act was inspired by his efforts on the State Bond Commission to block taxpayer-funded contracts from “woke” Wall Street banks that were denying essential financial services to the industry.

Landry, who campaigned on defending Second Amendment rights, previously saw constitutional carry legislation vetoed under Governor Bel Edwards. However, since taking office, he fulfilled his promise and signed constitutional carry into law on March 5, 2024.

AWR Hawkins
AWR Hawkins
AWR Hawkins is one of the preeminent 2nd amendment journalists having racked up a series of high profile awards in the space. The Second Amendment Foundation named him Journalist of the Year 2015; Gun Rights Defender of the Year 2016; and Journalist of the Year 2017. He was named 2019 Journalist of the Year at the 34th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference, and Gun Rights Defender of the Year at its 2020 conference.

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