HOUSE BILL 112 — Rep. Perry, Lee B.
FIREARMS AMENDMENTS — Status: House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee 3/6/2017
NOTE: Governor Herbert has already indicated that he would veto this bill if passed. In my opinion, this bill is dead.
(1) provides 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
(2) provides an exemption for a person, 21 years of age or older who may lawfully possess a firearm, from certain criminal provisions related to the carrying of a concealed firearm.
H.B. 198 — Rep. Lisonbee and Sen. Weiler
CONCEALED CARRY AMENDMENTS — Senate/ placed on 2nd Reading Calendars 3/1/2017
NOTE: This bill has all the makings to be passed. This is one to watch!
(1) establishes a provisional permit to carry a concealed firearm; stipulates that individuals must be at least 18 years of age, but no more than 20 years of age, to obtain the permit;
(2) stipulates that the holder of a provisional permit issued by the state must meet eligibility requirements, including minimum age requirements, to carry a concealed firearm in another state; and
(3) prohibits a provisional permit holder from carrying a concealed firearm on or about an elementary or secondary school premises.
H.B. 259S01 — Rep. Maloy and Sen. Dayton
DUTY TO RETREAT AMENDMENTS — Senate Comm – Returned to Rules – 3/6/2017
NOTE: Should be passed baring and unforeseen complications.
(1) This bill clarifies that a person is not required to retreat from an aggressor.