House Bill 198 Was Signed By Governor Herbert

Governor Herbert signed House Bill 198 today, which allows lawful individuals 18 to 20 years old to obtain a provisional concealed firearm permit. The provisional permit will allow a person to carry a concealed firearm on state institutions of higher education (colleges and universities) but prohibit concealed weapons permit holders from carrying on elementary or secondary school...
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House Bill 237 Resurrected

The House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee voted 7-5 to resurrect and endorse House Bill 237 to allow carrying concealed guns in Utah without a permit. It also contains proposed new, greater protections for victims of domestic violence. It also includes House Committee Amendments incorporated into the bill.

House Bill 237 Shot Down

The House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee voted 5-5 which shot down H.B.237 which would have modified the requirements for disposition of criminal domestic violence cases, modified notification requirements when a prohibited person attempts to purchase a firearm, and modified weapons law exemptions.

H.B. 112 Firearms Amendments

UPDATE: H.B.112 was introduced to the 2017 General Session but was not passed. ​​This bill provided that a business owner who allows a person with a concealed carry permit to carry a firearm onto the owner's property is not civilly or criminally liable under certain circumstances; and provides an exemption for a person, 21 years of age...
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House Bill 198 Introduced To Legislature

UPDATE: Governor Herbert signed H.B.198 on March 23rd, 2017 and went into effect as law on May 9th, 2017. ORIGINAL POST: Representative Lisonbee, Karianne, and Senator Todd Weiler introduced H.B.198 which establishes a provisional permit to carry a concealed firearm to individuals at least 18 years of age to carry a concealed firearm but would prohibit a provisional permit holder from carrying a...
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