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Iowa HF2590

Title: A bill for an act allowing certain emergency medical care providers to obtain a professional permit to carry weapons.(Formerly HF 2036.)

Description: A bill for an act allowing certain emergency medical care providers to obtain a professional permit to carry weapons.(Formerly HF 2036.)

Last Action: Introduced, placed on calendar. H.J. 405.

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Indiana HB1003

Title: Education matters.

Description: Education matters. Provides that the state board of education (state board) shall determine the timing, frequency, and method of certain teacher training requirements, including whether the training should be required for purposes of obtaining or renewing a license or as part of the completion requirements for a teacher preparation program. Provides that the state board may grant an application by a school or group of schools that request to waive compliance with certain statutes or rules. Requires the state board to annually prepare a report that includes certain information regarding compliance waiver requests and provide the report to the general assembly. Provides that, before an employee or any other staff member of a school corporation, charter school, or nonpublic school may carry a firearm in or on school property as authorized by a school board of the school corporation, charter school, or nonpublic school, the employee or staff member shall do the following: (1) Successfully complete certain specialized weapons training or other firearm training. (2) Provide proof to the school board that the employee or other staff member has successfully completed the training. (3) Complete the Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory 2 (MMPI-II) and provide the results from the inventory to the school board of the school corporation, charter school, or nonpublic school. Establishes requirements for specialized weapons training. Requires an employee or any other staff member of a school corporation, charter school, or nonpublic school to successfully complete 16 hours of weapons training each year that the employee or staff member is authorized and intends to carry a firearm in or on school property. Allows a school to barricade or block a door during an active shooter drill or during an active shooter emergency occurring in a school building. Makes conforming amendments.

Last Action: Committee report: amend do pass, adopted

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Kentucky SB223

Title: AN ACT relating to the use of state property.

Description: Amend KRS 56.463 to require the Finance and Administration Cabinet to prohibit any person from concealing his or her identity with a mask or hood while carrying a firearm, deadly weapon, or other dangerous instrument when visiting state buildings, unless the person obtains the written permission of the secretary of the Finance and Administration Cabinet; specify that existing statutes or regulations remain in effect unless they are in direct conflict.

Last Action: introduced in Senate

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Louisiana HB452

Title: Provides relative to the illegal possession of a handgun by a juvenile

Description: Provides relative to the illegal possession of a handgun by a juvenile

Last Action: Under the rules, provisionally referred to the Committee on Administration of Criminal Justice.

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Louisiana SB208

Title: Exempts active duty members and reserve members of the armed forces of the United States residing in Louisiana from fees associated with concealed carry permits.

Description: Exempts active duty members and reserve members of the armed forces of the United States residing in Louisiana from fees associated with concealed carry permits.

Last Action: Prefiled and under the rules provisionally referred to the Committee on Judiciary B.

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Louisiana HB334

Title: Authorizes a concealed handgun permit holder to carry a concealed handgun in a place of worship

Description: Authorizes a concealed handgun permit holder to carry a concealed handgun in a place of worship

Last Action: Under the rules, provisionally referred to the Committee on Administration of Criminal Justice.

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Missouri HB2724

Title: Prohibits certain individuals from possessing a firearm due to domestic violence

Description: Prohibits certain individuals from possessing a firearm due to domestic violence

Last Action: Introduced and Read First Time (H)

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Missouri HB2679

Title: Changes the law regarding the concealed carrying of firearms

Description: Changes the law regarding the concealed carrying of firearms

Last Action: Introduced and Read First Time (H)

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Missouri HB2714

Title: Changes the law regarding the right to keep and bear arms

Description: Changes the law regarding the right to keep and bear arms

Last Action: Introduced and Read First Time (H)

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Mississippi HB1577

Title: Hunter safety course; authorize school districts to offer as part of their curriculum.

Description: An Act To Authorize Public School Districts To Offer A Course In Hunter Safety As A Component Of Its Curriculum For Students In Grades 7 Through 12; To Prescribe Requirements For The Course Instructor; To Prohibit The Use Of Operable Weapons And Live Ammunition In The Course; To Authorize Parents To Opt Out A Student's Participation In The Course; To Amend Section 49-7-20, Mississippi Code Of 1972, In Conformity Thereto; And For Related Purposes.

Last Action: Referred To Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks;Education

Last Action Date: February 17, 2020

New York A09945

Title: Enacts the "Scott J. Beigel unfinished receiver act"; relates to unfinished frames or receivers; establishes the crimes of criminal sale of an unfinished frame or receiver in the first, second and third degrees as class C, D and E felonies, respectively.

Description: Enacts the "Scott J. Beigel unfinished receiver act"; relates to unfinished frames or receivers; establishes the crimes of criminal sale of an unfinished frame or receiver in the first, second and third degrees as class C, D and E felonies, respectively.

Last Action: referred to codes

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

Oklahoma HB2547

Title: Firearms; authorizing municipalities to allow for the carry of concealed firearms by municipal employees for personal protection; effective date.

Description: Firearms; authorizing municipalities to allow for the carry of concealed firearms by municipal employees for personal protection; effective date.

Last Action: Coauthored by Representative(s) McDugle

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

South Carolina H5317

Title: Enact The "second Amendment Protection Act", To Exclude From Federal Regulation Any Personal Firearm, Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State, To Provide As Long As Any Personal Firearm, Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition Remains Within The Borders Of This State, It Is Not Subject To Any Federal Law, Regulation, Or Authority, To Prevent Any Federal Agent Or Contracted Employee, Any State Employee, Or Any Local Authority From Enforcing Any Federal Regulation Or Law Governing Any Personal Firearm, Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State, As Long As It Remains Within This State, To Prohibit The Arrest Or Detention Prior To A Trial For A Violation Of This Article, To Provide The Attorney General May Seek Injunctive Relief In Court To Enjoin Certain Federal Officials From Enforcing Federal Law Regarding A Firearm, A Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition That Is Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State And Remains Within The Borders Of This State.

Description: Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Article 9 To Chapter 31, Title 23 So As To Enact The "second Amendment Protection Act", To Exclude From Federal Regulation Any Personal Firearm, Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State, To Provide As Long As Any Personal Firearm, Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition Remains Within The Borders Of This State, It Is Not Subject To Any Federal Law, Regulation, Or Authority, To Prevent Any Federal Agent Or Contracted Employee, Any State Employee, Or Any Local Authority From Enforcing Any Federal Regulation Or Law Governing Any Personal Firearm, Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State, As Long As It Remains Within This State, To Prohibit The Arrest Or Detention Prior To A Trial For A Violation Of This Article, To Provide The Attorney General May Seek Injunctive Relief In Court To Enjoin Certain Federal Officials From Enforcing Federal Law Regarding A Firearm, A Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition That Is Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State And Remains Within The Borders Of This State.

Last Action: Referred to Committee on Judiciary

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020

South Carolina S1136

Title: Relating To Firearms, By Adding Article 9, To Exclude From Federal Regulation Any Personal Firearm, Firearms Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State, To Provide That Any Personal Firearm, Firearms Accessory, Or Ammunition Is Not Subject To Any Federal Law, Regulation, Or Authority As Long As It Remains Within The Borders Of This State, To Prevent Any Federal Agent Or Contracted Employee, Any State Employee, Or Any Local Authority From Enforcing Any Federal Regulation Or Law Governing Any Personal Firearm, Firearms Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State As Long As It Remains Within This State, To Prohibit Arrest Or Detention Prior To A Trial For Violations, To Provide That The Attorney General May Seek Injunctive Relief In Court To Enjoin Certain Federal Officials From Enforcing Federal Law Regarding A Firearm, A Firearms Accessory, Or Ammunition That Is Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State And Remains Within The Borders Of This State.

Description: Enact The "second Amendment Protection Act", To Amend Chapter 31, Title 23 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Firearms, By Adding Article 9, To Exclude From Federal Regulation Any Personal Firearm, Firearms Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State, To Provide That Any Personal Firearm, Firearms Accessory, Or Ammunition Is Not Subject To Any Federal Law, Regulation, Or Authority As Long As It Remains Within The Borders Of This State, To Prevent Any Federal Agent Or Contracted Employee, Any State Employee, Or Any Local Authority From Enforcing Any Federal Regulation Or Law Governing Any Personal Firearm, Firearms Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State As Long As It Remains Within This State, To Prohibit Arrest Or Detention Prior To A Trial For Violations, To Provide That The Attorney General May Seek Injunctive Relief In Court To Enjoin Certain Federal Officials From Enforcing Federal Law Regarding A Firearm, A Firearms Accessory, Or Ammunition That Is Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State And Remains Within The Borders Of This State.

Last Action: Referred to Committee on Judiciary

Last Action Date: February 27, 2020