Utah: Legislature Looking to Raid Concealed Firearm Permit Account

| March 4, 2014

Utah: Legislature Looking to Raid Concealed Firearm Permit Account

The NRA has fought for years to keep concealed firearm permit (CFP) fees in check in Utah and has regularly opposed any proposed increases on those fees.  Lo and behold, it has just come to light that the CFP account may have as much as a $5 million surplus.  This surplus is money that CFP applicants have paid in excess of the actual cost of issuing permits.  This money should stay in the CFP account and be used ONLY to administer the CFP issuance program and fees for permits should be reduced going forward.

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Originally posted at http://www.nraila.org/

Category: National Firearm News

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