H.B. No. 6162
Session Year 2013
 


AN ACT CONCERNING INELIGIBILITY FOR A PERMIT TO CARRY A PISTOL OR REVOLVER OR AN ELIGIBILITY CERTIFICATE BASED ON A PRIOR HOSPITALIZATION.

To expand the mental health look-back period for permits to carry a pistol or revolver and eligibility certificates for a pistol or revolver to twenty-four months and eliminate the requirement that a probate court order a hospitalization in order for the hospitalization to disqualify a person for a permit or certificate.

Introduced by:
Public Safety Committee

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 3/8/2013Public Hearing 03/14
 2/20/2013Referred to Joint Committee on Public Safety
 2/19/2013Drafted by Committee
 2/7/2013(PS)Vote to Draft
 1/25/2013Referred to Joint Committee on Public Safety

Co-sponsors of HB-6162

Rep. Craig A. Miner, 66th Dist.

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