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Proposed Connecticut Firearm Legislation HB06162

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Legislation Overview

Title: An Act Concerning Ineligibility For A Permit To Carry A Pistol Or Revolver Or An Eligibility Certificate Based On A Prior Hospitalization.

Description: To expand the mental health look-back period for permits to carry a pistol or revolver and eligibility certificates for a pistol or revolver to twenty-four months and eliminate the requirement that a probate court order a hospitalization in order for the hospitalization to disqualify a person for a permit or certificate.

Session: 2013 General Assembly

Last Action: Public Hearing 03/14

Last Action Date: March 8, 2013

Sponsors

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2 sponsors: Public Safety and Security Committee;Craig A. Miner;

Percentage of House Of Representatives sponsoring bill: 1% (2 of 151)

History
Chamber Date Action
House Mar 8, 2013 Public Hearing 03/14
House Feb 20, 2013 Referred to Joint Committee on Public Safety and Security
House Feb 19, 2013 Drafted by Committee
House Feb 19, 2013 Incorporated In HB-6162
House Feb 7, 2013 Vote to Draft
House Jan 25, 2013 Referred to Joint Committee on Public Safety and Security
Texts
Type Date State Link Text
Comm Sub Feb 19, 2013 state link bill text
Introduced Jan 24, 2013 state link bill text
Amendments
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time
Votes - Click on description to view vote roll call

There have not been any votes on this bill

Link: link to state bill page

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