H.B. 60 Conceal Carry Firearms Amendments

 We Support This Bill This Bill; Allows an individual who is 21 years old or older, who may lawfully possess a firearm, to carry an UNLOADED concealed firearm without a permit. Provides for the transfer of unused funds in the Concealed Weapons Account to the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health for suicide prevention...
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H.B. 136 Safe Storage of Firearms Amendments

NOTE: This Bill is the same as H.B. 87 Safe Storage of Firearms Amendments which failed to pass in the 2019 Legislative Session. The following is the same text from our post last year because it's the same Bill. Under this Bill it would make it a class B misdemeanor for an owner of a firearm...
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S.B. 33 Firearm Identification Amendments

Under current law it is a Class A Misdemeanor to change, alter, remove, or obliterate the name of the maker, model, manufacturer's number, or other mark of identification on any handgun (pistol or revolver). This Bill would change the law to include ALL firearms and make it a Third Degree Felony instead of a Class...
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H.B. 115 Dangerous Weapon Custodian Liability

This Bill Was Tabled (Failed) This bill is the same as a Bill (H.B. 190 Liability of Firearm Custodian) also known as “Lauren’s Law” which failed in the 2019 Legislative Session. The following is the same text from our post last year because it's the same Bill, just a different title. Let's start off with...
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H.B. 149 Prohibition On Certain Restrictions On Firearms

Currently a person cannot have a firearm in their residence, which means "an improvement to real property used or occupied as a primary or secondary residence", if they sign a lease agreement or other document with a landlord (owner of the property) for an apartment, room of a house, condominium, duplex, townhome, etc. which specifically...
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H.B. 267 Prohibited Persons Amendments

This Bill provides a process for surrendering a firearm after an individual becomes a restricted person. Because this Bill does not restrict any rights we do not support nor oppose this Bill.  We Do Not Support Nor Oppose This Bill H.B. 267 Prohibited Persons Amendments This Bill • Defines terms; and • Requires a restricted person...
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2020 Legislative Session

Post Updated: March 13th, 2020 Original Post: January 10th, 2020 The 2020 Utah Legislative Session began on January 27th and ended on March 12th. Unless otherwise stated in a Bill, if passed and signed by Governor Herbert, it will become effective on May 12th, 2020. The following Bills are firearm, security and/or self-defense related. Each...
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