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Author Topic: General Assembly Gives Final Approval to Legislation Expanding Gun Rights  (Read 1356 times)

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Story can be found at http://staterepday.com/PRHB294SenttoGovernor.aspx
 
   General Assembly Gives Final Approval to   
Legislation Expanding Gun Rights of Missourians   

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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – On the final day of the 2011 legislative session the Missouri House gave overwhelming support to legislation that will expand the rights of gun owners in Missouri. The House approved House Bill 294, 123, 125, 113, 271 & 215, of which Rep. Day was a sponsor of, by a vote of 125 to 25. Day said the bill updates Missouri’s conceal and carry laws to make them more in line with those in other states.
 
  HB 294 et al. would lower the age requirement to obtain a conceal and carry firearm permit in Missouri from 23 to 21. Day noted that Missouri's current age restriction is the highest among states that allow concealed gun permits. The age reduction will bring Missouri in line with almost all other states.
 
  “This gives us an age requirement that has been proven to be effective in the many other states that already utilize it,” said Day. “We consider 21-year-olds to be responsible enough for a whole host of rights and being able to carry a concealed weapon should be on that list. It was time for Missouri to make this change and I’m excited to see this piece of legislation receive such overwhelming approval in both chambers of the legislature.”
 
The legislation also prohibits the sales tax on any firearms or ammunition from being levied at a higher rate than taxes on other goods or any other excise tax levied on sporting goods. Day said there is not currently a higher sales tax on ammunition in Missouri but the legislation will ensure a higher tax does not exist in the future as has been attempted in other states at times.
    
  Another provision of the bill allows legislative staff members and statewide elected officials to carry a concealed weapon in the state Capitol. Under current law, only legislators are allowed to carry.
 
The bill now moves to the governor’s desk to be signed into law.   
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Thank You Dave for all your support on this bill.