Federal & State Legislative Action


MICHIGAN LEGISLATIVE ACTION

Partial List of Bills MCPGV is Supporting

Extreme Risk Protection Order

HB 4283 Rep. Robert Wittenberg (D): To authorize courts to order firearms to be seized for up to one year from an individual based on a “reasonable cause to believe” that the person poses a “significant risk of personal injury to himself or herself or others.” Family members, a former or current spouse, dating partners, and law enforcement officers may petition the court to issue an extreme risk protection order. Standards, procedures, and the process for an appeal, are prescribed in this bill. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

HB 4284 Rep. Jon Hoadley (D): To prohibit an individual subject to gun seizure order proposed by House Bill 4283 from buying another firearm. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

SB 0157 Sen. Erika Geiss (D): To prohibit an individual subject to a gun seizure order proposed by House Bill 4283 from buying another firearm. Referred to the Senate Government Operations Committee.

Allow Firearm Dealers to Access State Criminal Records Database

HB 4294 Rep. Ryan Berman (R): To authorize licensed firearms dealers to get information from the state Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN) on whether a firearm has been reported lost or stolen. Referred to the House Judiciary Committee.

Ban Gun Possession for Domestic Violence Misdemeanor

HB 4497 Rep. Daire Rendon (R): To prohibit a person convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence crimes from possessing a firearm.  It would also apply a gun ban to a person who is subject to a personal protection order. Referred to House Judiciary Committee.

Ban Gun Possession with a Personal Protection Order

HB 4498 Rep. Daire Rendon (R): To prohibit an individual who is subject to a personal protection order from possessing, using, transporting selling, purchasing, receiving, or distributing a firearm or ammunition. Referred to the House Judiciary Committee.

HB 4499 Rep. John Chirkun (D): To establish sentencing guidelines for violations of ban proposed by HB 4498. Referred to the House Judiciary Committee.

Ban Concealed Pistol Carry while on Marijuana

HB 4501 Rep. Jim Lilly (R): To ban concealed carry if an individual has a certain level of the substance in their blood. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Ban Shooting and More while on Marijuana

HB  4502 & 4503 Rep. Jim Lilly (R): To amend recreational marijuana laws to ban carrying, using, or possessing a firearm if an individual has a certain level of the substance in their blood. Because the law was placed on the ballot by a citizen initiative, amending it would require a three-fourths vote in the House and Senate. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Criminalizing Leaving a Gun Where a Minor Can Get It

HB 4511 & 4512 Reps. Mari Manoogian (D), Rebekah Warren (D): To make it a crime to store or leave a firearm where it may be accessed by a minor, subject to five years in prison if a minor uses the gun to injure or kill himself or others, and lesser penalties for using a gun in a threatening or careless manner. To provide sentencing guidelines for leaving a firearm where a child can access it. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary

Exempt Trigger Locks from Sales Tax

HB 4523 & 4514 Reps. Rebekah Warren (D), Mari Manoogian (D): To exempt trigger locks, gun safes, lockboxes, and other home firearm safety devices from sales tax. Referred to House Tax Policy Committee.

Partial List of Bills MCPGV is Opposing

Concealed Pistol Licensing

HB 4021 Reps. Michele Hoitenga, Beau LaFave (R): To allow an individual who already holds a valid Standard concealed pistol license, or someone whose license expired not more than 1 year before, to apply for a Lifetime concealed pistol license. Referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

HB 4022 Reps. Michele Hoitenga, Beau LaFave (R): To reduce the current concealed pistol licensing fee from $100.00 to $40.00, and to reduce license renewal fees from $115.00 to $40.00. Referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

Concealed Pistol Licensing

HB 4434 Rep. Matt Hall, (R): To repeal criminal sanctions for carrying a concealed pistol after an individual’s CPL has expired (currently up to five years in prison and a $2,500 fine), replacing this with a civil fine of $330 for failing to renew a license that is less than one year past its expiration. Referred to House Judiciary Committee; Passed House on 5/24/19.

S 287 Sen, Aric Nesbitt (R): To revise the sanctions for concealed pistol license expirations, with reduced expired license sanctions for recently expired licenses. Referred to the Senate Government Operations Committee.

Allow Concealed Carry in Pistol-Free Zones

HB 4026 Reps. Beau LaFave, Steven Johnson, Gregory Markkanen (R): To repeal the requirement to get a government permit to carry a concealed pistol for those individuals who are not otherwise prohibited, and to allow an individual to still get a concealed pistol license that would allow them to carry concealed pistols in pistol-free zones, including schools, day care facilities, and places of worship. Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

HB 4028 Reps. Gregory Markkanen, Beau LaFave(R) & HB 4029 Reps. Steven Johnson, Beau LaFave, Michele Hoitenga (R): To update references in the state natural resources and environmental protection act to accommodate the proposal in House Bills 4026 & 4029 which would repeal the requirement to get a government permit to carry a concealed pistol for those individuals who are not otherwise prohibited from possessing a pistol, and to allow an individual to still get a concealed pistol license that would allow them to carry concealed pistols in pistol-free zones, including schools, day care facilities, and places of worship. Tie bar with HB 4026. Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Revise ‘Gun Free Zone’ CPL Exception

HB 4295 Rep Gary Eisen (R): To revise the “gun free zone” provision of the concealed pistol permit law so as to exempt certified concealed pistol instructors from the restriction. The restriction prohibits concealed pistol license holders from bringing guns into schools, day care facilities, stadiums, arenas, bars, restaurants, places of worship, college dorms/classrooms, hospitals, casinos, and courts. Referred to the House Military and Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security Committee.

Permit ORV Firearm Carry On Private Property

HB 4331 Rep. Beau LaFave (R): To allow a landowner or a guest to carry or transport a firearm in a vehicle or an Off the Road Vehicle on private land.  Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary; Passed House 5/24/19.

Revise Concealed Pistol License Expirations

HB 4194 Rep. Scott VanSingel (R):  To revise the expiration date of a CPL so that they would expire on the first birthday of a permit holder that occurs in the 10th year after the date the license is issued or renewed. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Revise ‘Gun Free Zone’ Concealed Pistol Penalty

HB 4200 Rep. Gary Eisen (R): To change the penalties for violation of the “gun free zone” provision of CPL permit law. Current fines range from $500 and a six month license suspension and a year in prison to $5,000 and up to four years in prison.  This bill would replace all this with a $100 fine and no license suspension for first and all subsequent violations. Referred to the House Military and Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security Committee.

HB 4201 Rep. Gary Eisen (R): To revise criminal sentencing guidelines to reflect the proposal in House Bill 4200 to eliminate jail or prison penalties for violation of “gun free zone” provision of CPL law. Referred to the House Military and Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security Committee.

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FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE ACTION

Partial List of Bills MCPGV is Supporting

Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019

H.R. 8 Rep. Mike Thompson (D): To utilize and amend the current background check process in the United States to ensure individuals prohibited from gun possession are not able to obtain firearms. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary. Passed House 2/27/19

Enhanced Background Checks Act of 2019

H.R. 1112 Rep. James E. Clyburn (D): To extend the NICS determination from 3 to 10 days; if no determination is made after 10 days the buyer can file a petition to proceed with the transfer. The Federal Firearm licensee would need to wait an additional 10 days after the petition is filed in order to proceed with the transfer. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary. Passed House 2/29/19.

J’aime’s Law

H.R. 1705 Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D): To enhance the background check process by preventing the purchase of ammunition from individuals prohibited from doing so. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Background Check Expansion Act

S. 42 Sen. Christopher Murphy (D): To make it unlawful for any person who is not a licensed importer, manufacturer or dealer to transfer a firearm to any person who is not so licensed. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

NICS Denial Notification Act of 2019

S. 875 Sen. Pat Toomey (R): To provide for the reporting to State and local law enforcement authorities of cases in which NICS indicates that a firearm has been sought to be acquired by a  prohibited person, so that authorities may pursue criminal charges under State law, and to ensure the DOJ reports these prosecutions to Congress. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

H.R. 1671 Rep. Mike Quigley (D): To provide for the reporting to State and local law enforcement authorities of cases in which NICS indicates that a firearm has been sought to be acquired by a  prohibited person, so that authorities may pursue criminal charges under State law, and to ensure the DOJ reports these prosecutions to Congress. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

21st Century NICS Act

H.R. 2319 Rep Tom Rice (R): To improve the NICS system in order to search the National Data Exchange database when conducting criminal background checks. Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.

Hadiya Pendleton & Nyasia Pryear- Yard Gun Trafficking & Crime Prevention Act of 2019

H.R. 1670 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D): To make it unlawful to ship, transport, transfer, or otherwise dispose to a person 2 or more firearms in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce, if the transferor knows or has reasonable cause to believe that this act would be a violation of, or would result in a violation of any Federal, State or local law punishable to imprisonment exceeding 1 year.  This law would also apply to the recipient of these weapons. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

S. 730 Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) To make it unlawful to ship, transport, transfer, or otherwise dispose to a person 2 or more firearms in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce, if the transferor knows or has reasonable cause to believe that this act would be a violation of, or would result in a violation of any Federal, State or local law punishable to imprisonment exceeding 1 year.  This law would also apply to the recipient of these weapons. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Enhanced Penalties for Certain Firearm Thefts

H.R. 2179 Rep. Conor Lamb (D): To amend chapter 44 of title 18 U.S. Code, to enhance penalties for certain thefts of firearms from certain federal firearms licensees, and to criminalize the theft of a firearm from a gun range or shooting club that rents firearms. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Gun Theft Prevention Act

H.R. 2674 Rep. Joseph Morelle (D): To enhance safety and security at federally licensed gun shops, and for other purposes. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Gun Show Criminal Background Checks

H.R. 820 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D): To require criminal background checks on all firearms transactions occurring at gun shows. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Gun Manufacturers Accountability Act

H.R. 157 Rep. Dwight Evans (D): To repeal provisions of the Protection of Lawful Commerce of Arms Act that prohibit civil actions or administrative proceedings against firearm or ammunition manufacturers, sellers, importers, dealers, or trade organizations for harms resulting from the criminal or unlawful misuse of a firearm. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Accidental Firearms Transfers Reporting Act of 2019

H.R. 49 Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee (D): To require the FBI director to report to Congress semiannually on the number of firearms transfers resulting from the failure to complete a background check within 3 business days, and the procedures after it is discovered that a firearm transfer has been made to a transferee who is ineligible to receive a firearm. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Extreme Risk Protection Order and Violence Prevention Act of 2019

S. 7 Sen. Marco Rubio (R): To allow a law enforcement officer or household member of an individual who is deemed to be a risk to themselves or others, to submit a petition to a state or tribal court to have the individual’s weapons temporarily removed from the home. The individual would also be prohibited from purchasing, possessing or receiving a firearm or ammunition. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Gun Violence Prevention Act of 2019

H.R. 1745 Rep. Mike Thompson (D): To amend title 18 of the U.S. Code to provide that persons subject to firearms restraining orders and persons convicted of violent misdemeanors are prohibited from possessing a firearm, and for other purposes. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Firearm Risk Protection Act of 2019

H.R. 822 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D): To prohibit the sale of a firearm to, and the purchase by a person who is not covered by appropriate liability insurance coverage. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Gladys Ricart Gun Offender Registry Act

H.R. 2303 Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D): To establish a registry for violent gun offenders, to provide for sufficient notification of their whereabouts, to honor the memory of Gladys Ricart and other gun crime victims, and for other purposes. Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.

Undetectable Firearms Modernization Act

H.R. 869 Rep. Madeleine Dean (D): To modernize the Undetectable Firearms Act of 1988. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Stopping the Iron Pipeline Act of 2019

H.R. 930 Rep. Nydia Velazquez (D): To provide for the establishment of a national standard for incorporating a passive identification ability into all firearms sold in the U.S., and to require the reporting of lost or stolen firearms to the appropriate law enforcement authorities. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Safe Firearm Storage

H.R. 2867 Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D): To amend chapter 44 of Title 18 U.S. Code, to require the safe storage of firearms. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Grants to States with Laws to Retain Firearms

H.R. 2786 Rep Susan Brooks (R): To authorize the Attorney General to make grants to states that have in place laws that authorize law enforcement agencies to retain firearms from dangerous individuals, and for other purposes. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Disarm Hate Act

H.R. 2708 Rep. David Cicilline (D), S. 1462 Sen. Robert Casey (D): To prevent a person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor hate crime, or received an enhanced sentence for a misdemeanor because of hate or bias in its commission, from obtaining a firearm. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary; Senate Committee on the Judiciary.

Secure Firearm Storage Act

H.R. 939 Rep. Bradley Scott Schneider (D): To amend title 18 of the U.S. Code to require federally licensed firearm importers, manufacturers, and dealers to meet certain requirements with respect to securing their firearms inventory, business records, and business premises. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Safer Now Act

H.R. 282 Rep. Joyce Beatty (D):

(1) Prohibit a firearm dealer from selling a firearm prior to the completion of a background check

(2) Place restrictions on assault weapons and large capacity ammunition feeding devices

(3) Require background checks for transfers of grandfathered semiautomatic assault weapons

(4) Require notification to law enforcement of prohibited purchase or attempted purchase of a grandfathered semiautomatic assault weapon

(5) Notification to Law Enforcement of prohibited purchase or attempted purchase of a firearm

(6) Institute buy-back programs for semi-automatic assault weapons and large capacity ammunition feeding devices

(7) require gun show background checks and regulate firearm transfers at gun shows. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Prohibit the Transfer of a Firearm at a Gun Show by a Person Who is NOT a Licensed Dealer

H.R. 167 Rep. Al Green (D): To make it unlawful for a person to transfer a firearm at a gun show, unless the person is a licensed dealer. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Closing the Loophole on Interstate Firearms Sales Act

H.R. 2634 Rep. Jason Crow (D): To prohibit a federal firearm licensee from transferring a long gun to a person who the licensee knows or has reasonable cause to believe does not reside in, or have a business in the state in which the licensee’s place of business is located. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Cool Off Act

H.R. 1454 Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D): To provide for a 3 day waiting period before a person may receive a handgun, with exceptions. Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security.

Protecting Domestic Violence and Stalking Victims Act

H.R. 511 Rep. Anthony Brown (D): To protect more victims of domestic violence by preventing their abusers from possessing or receiving firearms, or for other purposes; to expand the list of individuals subject to a restraining order or similar order to whom a firearm is prohibited from being sold or disposed. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

S. 120 Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D): To protect victims of stalking from gun violence; to include dating partners and individuals subject to restraining orders.  Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Zero Tolerance for Domestic Abusers Act of 2019

H.R. 569 Rep. Debbie Dingell (D): To protect victims of stalking from gun violence; to include dating partners and any other person similarly situated to a spouse.  Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

No Guns For Abusers Act of 2019

H.R. 1287 Rep. Eric Swalwell (D): To authorize the Attorney General to make grants to States and local governments to implement rules, policies and procedures to authorize courts to relinquish orders with respect to individuals charged with or convicted of domestic violence, or subject to a domestic violence protective order, and for other purposes. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Violence Against Women Re-Authorization Act of 2019Neighborhoods Gun Buyback Act of 2019

H.R. 1585 Rep. Karen Bass (D): (Sec. 802) To prohibit stalkers and individuals subject to court order from possessing a firearm. Referred to the House on the Judiciary.  Passed House 4/4/19.

Safer Neighborhoods Gun Buyback Act of 2019

H.R. 1279 Rep. Donald M. Payne (D): To authorize the Director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance to make grants to States, units of local government, and gun dealers to conduct gun buyback programs, and for other purposes. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Ghost Guns Are Guns Act

H.R. 1266 Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D): To amend title 18, U.S. Code to require firearm assembly kits to be considered to be firearms.  Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

National Firearms Amendments Act of 2019

H.R. 1263 Rep. Theodore Deutch (D): To amend the Internal revenue Code of 1986 to subject to the requirements of the National Firearms Act that any semiautomatic rifle with the capacity to accept a detachable magazine be treated as a firearm under the National Firearms Act. Passage of this act would require the owner to register the semiautomatic rifle or shotgun within 120 days. Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

Gun Trafficking Prohibition Act

H.R. 33 Rep. Bobby Rush (D): To expand the categories of persons prohibited from receiving or possessing a firearm or ammunition to include person:

(1) with intent to sell or transfer a firearm or ammunition to a prohibited person,

(2) to sell or transfer a firearm to further a crime of violence or drug trafficking offense,

(3) to unlawfully export.  This bill establishes stand-alone criminal offenses for trafficking in firearms and straw purchasing of firearms. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Assault Weapons Ban of 2019

S. 66 Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D): To regulate assault weapons, to ensure that the right to bear arms is not unlimited, and for other purposes.. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

National Gun Violence Research Act

H.R. 435 Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D): To provide for a coordinated national research program to examine the nature, causes, consequences and prevention of violence and unintended injury and death relating to gun ownership, use, and trafficking, and for other purposes.  Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, and in addition to the Committees on Science, Space, and Technology, and Energy and Commerce.

Gun Violence Prevention Research Act

H.R. 674 Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D): To authorize the appropriation of funds to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for conducting or supporting research on firearms safety or gun violence prevention. Referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.

S. 184 Sen. Edward Markey (D): To authorize the appropriation of funds to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for conducting or supporting research on firearms safety or gun violence prevention. Referred to the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

Investor Choice Against Gun Proliferation Act

H.R. 2364 Rep. Gregory Meeks, (D): To amend the Security and Exchange Act of 1934 to require issuers to disclose in an annual report any substantial financial relationship with any manufacturer or dealer of firearms or ammunition. Referred to the House Committee on Financial Services.

Resources for Victims of Gun Violence Act of 2019

S. 1352 Sen. Robert Casey, (D), H.R. 2585 Rep. Dwight Evans (D): To establish a federal Advisory Council to support victims of gun violence.  Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary; Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Raise the Age Act

H.R. 717 Rep. Anthony Brown (D): To amend title 18, U.C. Code, to prohibit a Federal firearms licensee from selling or delivering certain semiautomatic centerfire rifles to a person under 21 years of age, with the exception of active duty military personnel and full time law enforcement officers, and for other purposes. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Age 21 Act

S. 1395 Sen. Dianne Feinstein, (D): To amend title 18 U.S. Code to prohibit the purchase of certain firearms by individuals under 21 years of age, and for other purposes. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Micro Act

H.R. 719 Rep. Anthony Brown (D): To require certain semiautomatic pistols manufactured, imported, or sold by Federal firearms licensees to be capable of microstamping ammunition and to prohibit the removal, obliteration, or alteration of the microstamped code or microstamping capability of a firearm. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Ethan’s Law

S. 193 Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D): To amend Chapter 44 of title 18, U.S. Code, to require the safe storage of firearms, and for other purposes. It would make it unlawful for a person to store or keep any firearm on the premises of a residence under the control of a person if the person knows, or reasonably should know that a minor is likely to gain access to the firearm without permission of the parent or guardian, or the resident of the residence in ineligible to possess a firearm. Referred to the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.

Law Enforcement Protection Act of 2019

H.R. 1297 Rep. Val Butler Demings (D): To amend the IRS Code of 1986 to include an armor-piercing, concealable weapon within the definition of “firearm” under the National Firearms Act, and for other purposes. Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

Partial List Of Bills MCPGV Is Opposing

Hearing Protection Act

H.R. 155 Rep. Jeff Duncan (R): To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to remove silencers from the definition of firearms, and for other purposes. Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

S. 817 Sen. Mike Crapo (R): To amend the Internal Revenue Service Code of 1986 to remove silencers from the definition of firearms, and for other purposes.  Referred to the Committee on Finance.

Silencers Help Us to Save Hearing Act (Shush Act)

S. 202 Sen. Mike Lee (R): To provide that silencers be treated the same as firearms accessories. Referred to the Senate Committee on Finance.

Silencers As Firearms Accessories

H.R. 775 Rep. Steve King (R): To provide that silencers be treated the same as firearms accessories.  Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means, and in addition to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Firearms Due Process Protection Act

H.R. 1817 Rep. Tom Emmer (R): To enforce the requirement that NICS make a final disposition of requests to correct its records within 60 days, and to place the burden of proof on the respondent to provide clear and convincing evidence that the individual is ineligible to receive or possess a firearm. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Gun Owner Registration Information Protection Act

H.R. 1761 Rep. Paul Gosar, (R): To prohibit Federal funding of State firearm ownership databases, and for other purposes. Does not apply to firearms that have been lost or stolen. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Amend Chapter 44 of Title 18 US Code, To More Comprehensively Address Interstate Transportation of Firearms and Ammunition

H.R. 175 Rep. Morgan Griffith (R):

(1) To allow and individual to transport a firearm between two place (e.g. states) where it is legal to possess, carry, or transport the firearm; firearm must be unloaded and secured.

(2) To allow an individual to transport ammunition, or a detachable magazine or feeding device between two places where it is legal to do so; they must not be loaded into a firearm and must be securely stored.

(3) To prohibit the arrest or detention of an individual for state of local violations unless there is probable cause to believe there was noncompliance with the provisions of this bill. Referred to House Committee on the Judiciary.

Allow Reciprocity for the Carrying of Certain Concealed Firearms

S. 69 Sen. John Cornyn (R): To allow a qualified individual to carry a concealed handgun into or possess a concealed handgun in another state that allows its residents to carry concealed firearms.  The individual must be eligible to possess, transport or receive a firearm under federal law, carry a valid photo ID, and carry a valid state issued concealed carry permit, or be eligible to conceal carry in the state they live in. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

H.R. 38 Rep. Richard Hudson (R): To allow a qualified individual (one who is eligible to possess, transport, or receive a firearm under federal law; carries a valid photo ID; carries a valid CPL by any state), to possess a concealed weapon in any other state that allows individuals to carry concealed weapons. This bill also states that the CPL holder is (1) not subject to the federal prohibition on possessing a firearm in a school zone, and (2) may carry a concealed handgun on federally owned lands that are open to the public. Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act

S. 94 Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R): To facilitate the establishment of additional or expanded public target ranges in certain states; provides for federal support to states for construction, operation, and maintenance of public target ranges on federal and non-federal land. Referred to the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

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