There are a couple of bills pending in Louisiana that would remove the requirement to have a concealed carry permit to carry a concealed firearm in this state. Louisiana has always been an open carry state, so removing the requirement would make us a Constitutional Carry state.
On April 30th, the Louisiana Senate approved the measure by a vote of 27-11 (71%).
On May 6th, the Louisiana House passed the bill on a 73-28 vote (72%)
Our blue-state governor has said that he intends to veto such a bill.
Louisiana law says that a governor's veto can be over-ridden by a 2/3 vote in both houses. Because the measure has already passed with more than enough votes to over-ride the veto, this should be an easy answer.
But, this is Louisiana, and who knows what might happen.