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SB 106 (BR 1088) - J. Carpenter

     AN ACT relating to concealed weapons.
     Create a new section of KRS 403.715 to 403.785 to allow a person protected by an emergency protective order or a domestic violence order to carry, if authorized by the issuing court, a concealed deadly weapon for a period of up to 90 days after the sheriff has performed a criminal background check and fingerprinted and photographed the person.

SB 106 - AMENDMENTS


     SCS - Create a new section of KRS 403.715 to 403.785 to allow a person protected by an emergency protective order or a domestic violence order to apply for a temporary permit to carry a concealed deadly weapon; provide a process by which a temporary permit can become a concealed carry license if firearms safety training is completed within 45 days.
     SFA (1, J. Carpenter) - Amend to insert language deeming the endorsed court order as a temporary concealed carry deadly weapons permit.

     Jan 30-introduced in Senate
     Feb 4-to Judiciary (S)
     Feb 6-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar
     Feb 7-2nd reading, to Rules
     Feb 13-floor amendment (1) filed
     Feb 21-returned to Judiciary (S)
     Feb 27-reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute
     Mar 4-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Wednesday, March 5, 2014
     Mar 5-3rd reading; floor amendment (1) withdrawn ; passed 35-0 with Committee Substitute
     Mar 6-received in House
     Mar 10-to Judiciary (H)
     Mar 24-taken from Judiciary (H); 1st reading; returned to Judiciary (H); posted in committee
     Mar 25-taken from Judiciary (H); 2nd reading; returned to Judiciary (H)

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