I've got my WA, OR, and NV permits. I sent off for my AZ today. Now, when I look at a map on USACarry.com, I have an almost solid map except for New England. California will never happen while I'm alive, I'm sure. South Carolina has a bill in Legislature this year to recognize any permit issued in any state. I look up Colorado. . . their reciprocity policy is simple, they honor any resident permit from any state that recognizes theirs. That's the only requirement. Now, I will probably never go to Colorado, but I may drive through it at some point, so this isn't a really serious issue to me, but it got me thinking. There are a lot of states that Florida, Utah, and Arizona have access to that we don't in WA that are a lot like Colorado. They'll take your permit if your state takes theirs. Since almost all of these states have a training requirement that we don't, and many of them have more stringent background checks, but none have less, why doesn't WA recognize their permits? I can't think of a reason. I can't find one documented either. So, that begs the question. . . how do we get that changed? Does it have to go through the state Legislature, or is it something the Attorney General does on his own? Can we do a petition to get it on the ballot as an Initiative?