The question was posed some time back when this all got going. This is a small sample here of some reasoning and thinking on it. http://bearingarms.com/scotus-ruling-sex-marriage-mandates-nationwide-concealed-carry-reciprocity/ And now the SCOTUS has established the legal precedent that marriages (and the licenses thereof) are now legal in all 50 states. Methinks that there is going to be a move very soon to pose these questions: 1) How can the State of (insert libturd commie province/location here) be required to recognize my marriage and my driver's license if I am there, but not my CHL? 2) How can the State of (insert libturd commie province/location here) recognize my 14th Amendment right to marry who I choose, but deny me my 2nd Amendment right to bear arms? These questions going forward are likely to be seen in a case to the SCOTUS (Like Heller and McDonald) and going forward, I feel confident that National Concealed Carry, through the recognition of CHLs in all states will be something we see in our lifetime.