Missouri: Right to Carry Reform Legislation Passes State House, Heads to State Senate for a Concurrence Vote

| May 16, 2013

Missouri: Right to Carry Reform Legislation Passes State House, Heads to State Senate for a Concurrence Vote

Late last night, the Missouri House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 75 by a 123 to 29 vote.  SB 75 seeks to reform Missouri’s existing concealed carry permit process.  Currently, the Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR) is responsible for issuing concealed carry endorsements, but after recently betraying the trust of the people of Missouri, legislators have demanded the permitting process be transferred to county sheriffs.  

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