The District of Columbia has been ordered to pass concealed carry legislation, and the D.C. Council is reported to be planning to make its emergency concealed carry law permanent. The "May Issue" law is perhaps the strictest in the nation, with few residents likely to qualify for a permit. U.S. District Court Judge Frederick J. Scullin, Jr. overturned the city's prior ban on the carrying of firearms, and is considering holding the city in contempt over the new law. Second Amendment attorney and scholar Steve Halbrook discusses the continuing struggle for Right to Carry in Washington, D.C. Originally aired on NRA News Cam & Co 11/25/14.