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Proposed Federal Firearm Legislation HB4348

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Legislation Overview

Title: DC Personal Protection Reciprocity Act

Subject: District of Columbia: Firearms and explosives: Intergovernmental relations: Licensing and registrations: State and local government operations: Crime and law enforcement

Description: DC Personal Protection Reciprocity Act This bill declares that the prohibitions of the District of Columbia Official Code against carrying a pistol within the District either openly or concealed without a license under D.C. law shall not apply to an individual who is: not prohibited by federal law from possessing, transporting, shipping, or receiving a firearm; carrying a valid license or permit for a concealed firearm issued under the law of a state; and carrying a valid identification document containing the individual's photograph. The Metropolitan Police Department, upon application by a person with a bona fide residence or place of business within the United States and a license to carry a concealed pistol under the law of any state or local government, shall issue that person a license to carry a concealed pistol within the District for up to two years from its date of issue, regardless of the applicant's reason for applying for the license. The bill repeals the condition on the permission for a non-D.C. resident who lives in a state that does not require a license to carry a concealed pistol to apply to the Metropolitan Police Department for a license to carry one within the District for up to two years. The condition repealed states that the non-resident may apply for a license to carry a concealed weapon only if the non-resident meets the same reasons and requirements a person must meet who has a bona fide residence or place of business in the District. The Metropolitan Police Department shall enter into reciprocity agreements with each other state that requires such an agreement in order to grant recognition to a license to carry a concealed firearm issued by that state.

Session: 114th Congress

Last Action: Referred to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.

Last Action Date: January 7, 2016

Link: https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/4348/all-info


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39 sponsors: David Schweikert (R); Paul Gosar (R); Jeff Duncan (R); Bill Posey (R); Brian Babin (R); Bob Gibbs (R); David Roe (R); Trent Franks (R); Scott Perry (R); Mo Brooks (R); Cynthia Lummis (R); Doug LaMalfa (R); Ryan Zinke (R); Glenn Grothman (R); Ken Buck (R); Jeff Miller (R); Jody Hice (R); Thomas Rooney (R); Steve Chabot (R); Joe Wilson (R); Marlin Stutzman (R); Randy Weber (R); Andy Harris (R); Tim Walberg (R); Gregg Harper (R); Trent Kelly (R); Mark Walker (R); Keith Rothfus (R); Mike Bost (R); Todd Rokita (R); Pete Olson (R); Gary Palmer (R); Rick Allen (R); James Renacci (R); Michael Burgess (R); Kevin Cramer (R); Steven Palazzo (R); Dan Newhouse (R); Alexander Mooney (R);

Percentage of House Of Representatives sponsoring bill: 9% (39 of 435)

Chamber Date Action
House Jan 7, 2016 Introduced in House
House Jan 7, 2016 Referred to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
Type Date Federal Link Text
Introduced Jan 8 2016 federal link bill text
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time

Chamber: H

Committee Name: Oversight And Government Reform

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