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2020 Legislative Session

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Original Post: January 10th, 2020

The 2020 Utah Legislative Session will being on Monday, January 27th and end on Thursday, March 12th.
Unless otherwise stated in a Bill, if passed, it will become effective on May 12th 2020.

The following Bills are firearm, security and/or self-defense related. Each Bill has its own post explaining what it is, if we support it [  ], oppose it  [  ], Title, Sponsor and current Status. If you want to know more about what a Bill is, the process it goes through and how it becomes law, see the Utah State Legislature website or How A Bill Becomes A Law In Utah.

Numbered Bills

   /   Short Title Sponsor Status
   H.B. 109 Universal Background Checks for Firearm Purchasers - Read More  King, Brian S. (Democrat)  In Process
   H.B. 115 Dangerous Weapon Custodian Liability - Read More  Stoddard, A. (Democrat)  In Process
   H.B. 136 Safe Storage of Firearms Amendments - Read More  Weight, E. (Democrat)  In Process
   S.B. 33 Firearm Identification Amendments - Read More  Mayne, K. (Democrat)  In Process

Bill Requests

 Short Title  Sponsor  Status
 Administrative Security Amendments  Bramble, C. - Republican  In Process (No Bill Information)
 Firearm Commitment Amendments  Thatcher, D. - Republican  In Process (No Bill Information)
 Firearm Production Amendments  Stoddard, A. - Democrat  In Process (No Bill Information)
 Firearm Safe Harbor Amendments  Maloy, A.C. - Republican  In Process (No Bill Information)
 Gun-Free Zone Liability Amendments  Christiansen, S. - Republican  In Process (No Bill Information)
 Open Carry Amendments  Briscoe, J. - Democrat  In Process (No Bill Information)
 Prohibited Persons Amendments  Stoddard, A. - Democrat  In Process (No Bill Information)
 Restricted Status Amendments  King, Brian S. - Democrat  In Process (No Bill Information)

Bills Abandoned

 Short Title  Sponsor  Status
 Dangerous Weapon Amendments  Dailey-Provost, J. - Democrat  Abandoned
 Firearm Commitment Modifications  Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee  Abandoned

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