Legislation Introduced in State Senate


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I would like to get some thoughts on Senate Bill 106.

SB 106, sponsored by state Senator Jared Carpenter (R-34), is important self-defense legislation that would allow an individual who has legally sought a court-issued Emergency Protection Order the ability to better defend themselves by expediting the permitting process for a Concealed Deadly Weapons License (CDWL), following a background check. SB 106 would allow an individual to apply for a temporary permit that would be valid for 45 days. Any person not prohibited from receiving a permit under current law would qualify for a temporary permit. The state police would then have one business day to issue or deny the permit application. After being issued a temporary CDWL, the applicant could take the necessary steps to qualify for a standard permit during the 45 days the temporary permit is valid. Personal protection and protection of one’s family are paramount, and SB 106 would ensure that these individual rights are continually secured.

How about legislation to end the "permission slip" infringement process in the first place?

I'm never for legislation that cements the infringing of our rights.

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