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Proposed Indiana Firearm Legislation HB1069

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Legislation Overview

Title: Judicial officers and public safety officials.

Description: Judicial officers and public safety officials. Provides that a person commits battery on a public safety official if the offense is committed against a current or former public safety official: (1) while the official is engaged in the official's official duty; or (2) in retaliation for the official having engaged in the official's official duty. (Under current law, a person commits the offense only if the official is acting in the person's official duty.) Exempts a person who retires from judicial office after at least 20 years of service or because of a disability from the payment of the fee for a license to carry a handgun. Permits a former judicial officer to possess and use a handgun in the same locations as a judicial officer, and requires the supreme court to annually issue an identification card to a former judicial officer.

Session: 2020 Regular Session

Last Action: First reading: referred to Committee on Courts and Criminal Code

Last Action Date: January 6, 2020


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1 sponsors: Anthony Cook (R);

Percentage of House Of Representatives sponsoring bill: 1% (1 of 100)

Chamber Date Action
House Jan 6, 2020 Authored by Representative Cook
House Jan 6, 2020 First reading: referred to Committee on Courts and Criminal Code
Type Date State Link Text
Introduced Jan 6, 2020 state link bill text
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
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Link: link to state bill page

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