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Proposed Kentucky Firearm Legislation SB60

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Legislation Overview

Title: AN ACT relating to deadly weapons.

Description: Amend KRS 237.110 to allow firearms safety instructors to issue certificates of completion rather than the Department of Criminal Justice Training and to prohibit administrative regulations which would require concealed deadly weapon license applicants to clean guns in class; amend KRS 244.125 to prohibit alcohol consumption while in possession of a loaded firearm when on premises licensed to sell alcoholic beverages by the drink; amend KRS 237.128 and 237.132 to conform.

Session: 2014 Regular Session

Last Action: to Judiciary (H)

Last Action Date: February 24, 2014


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2 sponsors: Schickel, John; Thayer, Damon;

Percentage of Senate sponsoring bill: 5% (2 of 38)

Chamber Date Action
House Feb 24, 2014 to Judiciary (H)
House Feb 21, 2014 received in House
Senate Feb 20, 2014 3rd reading, passed 30-4 with Committee Substitute
Senate Feb 19, 2014 posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, February 20, 2014
Senate Feb 12, 2014 2nd reading, to Rules
Senate Feb 11, 2014 reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
Senate Jan 15, 2014 to Licensing, Occupations, & Administrative Regulations (S)
Senate Jan 8, 2014 introduced in Senate
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Link: link to state bill page

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