A bill that would expand concealed handgun permit renewals passed a Senate committee on Feb. 26.
Current law requires permit holders to renew their permits with the county sheriff who issued them. House Bill 1166 would allow non-temporary permits …
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Current law requires permit holders to renew their permits with the county sheriff who issued them. House Bill 1166 would allow non-temporary permits to be renewed in the counties where they reside. The bill also applies to counties where a permit holder maintains a second home or owns or leases a business property.
The bill passed the Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee and now heads to the Senate for a full vote. The legislation had previously passed the House.
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