According to this AP report, the state legislature of North Carolina has recently passed a law requiring that courts give information on how to apply for a concealed-carry permit to all battered spouses when they come forward to request restraining orders.
"Were not interested in them shooting their abusers," said Paul Valone, president of Grass Roots North Carolina. "Were interested in delivering a message: When police cant protect these people, they are capable of protecting themselves."
Now heres a feminist cause worth getting behind.
Hat tip: Division of Labour