CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia has entered into a concealed handgun reciprocity agreement with Nebraska.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey made the announcement Monday. Under the agreement, each state will honor a valid concealed carry permit issued by the other.
Morrisey says Nebraska previously recognized concealed handgun licenses issued by West Virginia.
West Virginia now has full reciprocity agreements with 31 states. Seven states have been added since July 2013.
Five additional states honor West Virginia permits, but concealed carry licenses issued by those states are not currently recognized by West Virginia.