Missouri: House passes bill removing Revenue Department from concealed weapons permitting process

| April 30, 2013

Missouri: House passes bill removing Revenue Department from concealed weapons permitting process

The Missouri House has passed a bill that would allow county sheriffs to issue concealed weapons permits instead of the Revenue Department.Missouri sheriffs already have the responsibility of receiving concealed carry applications, reviewing applicants’ backgrounds and issuing paper permits. But under current law, recipients take the paper permits to a local licensing office overseen by the Department of Revenue to receive a photo ID card noting their concealed carry status.

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