Tracking the Capitols is a source of legislation currently being tracked by the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation state policy team to keep you informed of the most pertinent and timely state legislation affecting hunting, angling, recreational shooting and trapping and other conservation issues. Inclusion in Tracking the Capitols does not necessarily constitute support or opposition to legislation by CSF and/or the CSF States Program. The bills noted in this email represent only a fraction of the legislation that CSF's States Program is monitoring on a day-to-day basis.

Please visit our website for day-to-day updates by CSF's State Program Team on important sportsmen's legislation. To view past bills, please visit the Tracking the Capitols Archive under the Media Room tab on the CSF website.

 

Note: Bill sponsors who are members of the National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses are noted in bold.

Updates for the week of 

May 23, 2016
 
NORTHEASTERN STATES 
 

Introduced02/04/2016
Sponsor: Senator Martin Looney
Issue Brief: Guns
Summary: Concerns carrying a firearm while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol; lowers the alcohol blood content in which a person is not allowed to carry a loaded firearm; provides that the exact same blood alcohol content is the factor that determines if a person is allowed to hunt; provides the blood alcohol level of a person under a specified age that determines such person is not allowed to hunt.
Status: To Governor on May 25

Introduced: 02/18/2016
Sponsor: Joint Committee on Environment
Issue Brief: Interstate Wildlife Violators Compact
Summary: Concerns the suspension of a hunting or fishing license for failure to appear, pay or plea and has an arrest warrant issued in a hunting or fishing violation case; provides the license shall be suspended until such fine is paid or otherwise adjudicated in court.
Status: To Governor on May 25  
  
Introduced: 03/16/2016
Sponsor: Representative William Carson, Co-Chair, Delaware Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Issue Brief: Sunday Hunting Restrictions
Summary: Allows for the hunting of deer on private land on Sundays.
Status: From Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Environmental Control: Reported without recommendation on May 19
 
Introduced: 04/14/2016
Sponsor: Representative Edward Osienski
Issue Brief: National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS)
Summary: Closes a loophole to our gun background check laws. The current loophole allows for guns to be given to a potential purchaser if the background check is delayed for 3 days or more. In some cases a gun is given to a person who should not be in possession of a firearm. This leads to law enforcement having to retrieve a gun from a person prohibited if the background check provides that a person should not have a gun.
Status: From Senate Committee on Judiciary: Reported without recommendation on May 18
 
Introduced: 03/24/2016
Sponsor: Representative Patricia Blevins 
Issue Brief: Hunting with Dogs 
Summary: Reassigns the responsibility of dog control and dangerous dog management from the counties of this state to the Delaware Division of Public Health Office of Animal Welfare, and updates procedures for handling dangerous and potentially dangerous dog hearings for a more fair and equitable process. The bill also reassigns the responsibility for stray livestock response from the Delaware SPCA to the Delaware Department of Agriculture, with support from animal welfare officers.
Status: Eligible for Governor's desk on May 19
 
Massachusetts H 4169
Introduced: 04/06/2016
Sponsor: Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture 
Issue Brief: Exotic Invasive Species 
Summary:Relates to the conservation of striped bass.
Status: From Joint Committee on Rules: Ought to pass. To House Committee on Ways and Means on May 23

New Hampshire H 500
Introduced: 01/08/2015
Sponsor: Representative John Burt
Issue Brief: Firearm Suppressors
Summary: Repeals provisions which prohibit the use of silencing devices for taking wildlife and impose penalties therefor.
Status: Enrolled Bill Amendment on May 25 

New Hampshire H 582 
Introduced: 01/08/2015
Sponsor: Representative Guy Comtois
Issue Brief: Guns
Summary: Relates to license requirements to carry a concealed pistol or revolver; allows a person to carry a loaded, concealed pistol or revolver without a license provided the person is not otherwise prohibited by law; repeals requirements to obtain a license to carry a concealed pistol or revolver; relates to city or town law enforcement.
Status: Ordered Enrolled on May 20 
 
New Hampshire S 336
Introduced: 01/06/2016
Sponsor: Senator Sam Cataldo
Issue Brief: Guns
Summary: Relates to the qualifications for obtaining a license to carry a concealed pistol or revolver; amends the requirements for obtaining a concealed carry license by removing the requirement that the applicant be "suitable" and inserting a requirement that the applicant not be prohibited from possessing a firearm by State or federal statute.
Status: Senate concurred in House amendments on May 19

Introduced: 01/06/2016
Sponsor: Senator David Watters, Member, New Hampshire Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus   
Issue Brief: General
Summary: Establishes the coastal marine natural resources and environment commission to investigate, monitor, and propose prevention and mitigation strategies for emerging environmental threats in coastal and Great Bay waters, including the warming of waters, ocean acidification, and nutrient loading, which impact fish, shellfish, and the food chain thereof.
Status: Order Enrolled on May 20

New Hampshire S 376
Introduced:
01/06/2016
Sponsor: Senator David Watters, Member, New Hampshire Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
  
Issue Brief: General
Summary: Requires the Fish and Game Department to identify existing and needed wildlife corridors connecting wildlife habitats in the state and to make recommendations to the legislature for changes to laws.
Status:  Enrolled Bill Amendment on May 25 
 
Introduced: 01/06/2016
Sponsor: Senator Dan Feltes  
Issue Brief: Enforcement
Summary: Relates to the feeding of wild deer; prohibits the feeding of wild deer at certain times and locations determined by the fish and game department and requires the labeling of wild animal feed; requires the fish and game department to distribute informational materials on the feeding of wild deer.
Status: Senate refused to concur in House Amendments. Conferenced to Committee. House Acceded to Senate request for Conference Committee on May 19
 
Introduced: 1/21/2016
Sponsor: Senator Gary Daniels   
Issue Brief: Off Highway Vehicles
Summary: Relates to an OHRV registration fee for persons who are members of an OHRV club; requires a report on registration alternatives for OHRV users who do not use organized trail systems; establishes an OHRV registration fee for persons who are members of an OHRV club which is reduced $30 from the increased fee paid by other registrants; requires the executive director of the fish and game department to report on registration alternatives for OHRV users who do not use organized trail systems.
Status: Senate concurred in House amendments on May 19
 
Introduced: 01/27/2016
Sponsor: Assemblywoman Gail Phoebus, Member, New Jersey Angling and Hunting Conservation Caucus
Issue Brief: Voter Registration 
Summary: Requires voter registration forms be made available when applying for hunting, fishing, or trapping license.
Status: From Assembly Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources on May 19

Introduced: 05/19/2016
Sponsor: Assemblyman Parker Space, Member, New Jersey Angling and Hunting Conservation Caucus
Issue Brief: General 
Summary: Clarifies that Fish and Game Council has sole authority to regulate freshwater fishing, hunting, and trapping.
Status: To Assembly Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources on May 19
 
Introduced: 05/23/2016
Sponsor: Assemblyman R. Bruce Land
Issue Brief: Standard Capacity Magazines 
Summary: Excludes .22 caliber tubular magazines from large capacity ammunition magazine definition.
Status: To Assembly Committee on Law and Public Safety on May 23

Introduced: 02/04/2016
Sponsor: Senator Raymond Lesniak   
Issue Brief: Wolf in Sheeps Clothing/ Animal Rights Groups 
Summary: Prohibits possession, transport, import, export, processing, sale, or shipment of parts and products of certain animal species threatened with extinction; provides a violation would be crime of the third degree and is subject to specified criminal penalties and civil administrative penalties; provides a civil penalty for a person who possess wildlife without obtaining a certificate of possession.
Status: In Senate. Voting Session on May 26
 
Introduced: 02/04/2016
Sponsor: Senator Raymond Lesniak  
Issue Brief: Wolf in Sheeps Clothing/ Animal Rights Groups 
Summary: Prohibits possession and transport of parts and products of certain animals at Port Authority of New York and New Jersey airports and port facilities; provides for related criminal penalties.
Status: In Senate. Voting Session on May 26
 
Introduced01/22/2015
Sponsor: Assembly Member Vivian Cook
Issue Brief: Interstate Wildlife Violators Compact
Summary: Amends the Environmental Conservation Law; relates to the suspension of hunting and fishing licenses pursuant to the interstate wildlife violator compact.
Status: Passed Assembly. To Senate Committee on Environmental Conservation on May 23
 
Introduced: 05/12/2015
Sponsor: Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther, Co-Chair, New York Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus  
Issue Brief: General 
Summary: Directs the commissioner of environmental conservation to create gift cards for hunting and fishing licenses.
Status: To Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation and Ways and Means on May 24

New York A 10188
Introduced: 05/16/2016
Sponsor: Assembly Member Aileen Gunther, Co-Chair, New York Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Issue Brief: General; Hunter Recruitment, Retention, Reactivation
Summary: Amends the Environmental Conservation Law; authorizes minors who are hunting to wear solid or patterned pink material which shall be visible from all directions.
Status: From Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation on May 24  

Introduced: 05/20/2016
Sponsor: Assembly Member Nicole Malliotakis
Issue Brief: Tethering of Dogs
Summary: Relates to outdoor restraints of dogs; prohibits, in the city of New York, tethering for more than 3 hours or a time approved by in writing by animal control but not to exceed 12 hours in any 24 hour period; prohibits tethering when a weather advisory or warning is in effect; provides tethered dogs must be free of cruel conditions or inhumane tethering; provides violation of these provisions shall be a misdemeanor.
Status: To Assembly Committee on Agriculture on May 20 

Introduced: 01/07/2015
Sponsor: Senator Patrick Gallivan, Member, New York Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus  
Issue Brief: General 
Summary: Eliminates the requirement that hunters wear back tags during hunting season in the state.
Status: Withdrawn from Senate Committee on Environmental Conservation. Sent to and from Rules on May 23

Introduced: 01/07/2016
Sponsor: Senator Betty Little  
Issue Brief: Conservation Tax Incentives  
Summary: Establishes a forestry stewardship and habitat conservation credit for personal income and business franchise taxes.
Status: Passed Senate. To Assembly Committee on Ways and Means on May 24
 
Introduced: 02/02/2015
Sponsor: Senator William Larkin
Issue Brief: Seniors, Veterans, and Active Duty Military, Hunting and Angling Privileges
Summary: Provides for lifetime sportsman licenses for honorably discharged, disabled veterans.
Status: Passed Senate. To Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation on May 25 
 
Introduced: 02/11/2015
Sponsor: Senator Carl Macellino
Issue Brief: Budget Bills 
Summary: Develops a course of action for the repayment over the next five years of monies transferred from the environmental protection fund to the general fund.
Status: Withdrawn from Senate Committee on Environmental Conservation. To and from Senate Committee on Rules on May 23

Introduced: 02/26/2015
Sponsor: Senator James Seward, Member, New York Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus 
Issue Brief: Modern Restraining Animal Traps 
Summary: Amends the Environmental Conservation Law; exempts traps set in water from the requirement that they be visited once every 24 hours; such traps shall be visited once every 48 hours or a Shorter interval as determined by the Department of Environmental Conservation.
Status: Passed Senate. To Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation on May 24
 
Introduced: 04/15/2015 
Sponsor:Senator Rich Funke, Member, New York Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus  
Issue Brief: General
Summary: Amends the Environmental Conservation Law; provides hunter safety instructors with a free hunting license in consideration for such services for the next license year beginning after the date the course was completed
Status: Left Senate Committee on Environmental Conservation. To Senate Finance Committee on May 23

Introduced: 05/13/2015 
Sponsor: Senator George Amedore, Member, New York Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Issue Brief: Hunting with Dogs 
Summary: Authorizes the use and training of dogs for the hunting of bear; provides that dogs engaged in hunting and training as authorized by the environmental conservation law, shall not be deemed to be running at large in violation of any local law or ordinance.
Status: From Senate Environmental Conservation Committee on May 23

Introduced: 05/14/2015
Sponsor: Senator Joseph Griffio, Co-Chair, New York Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Issue Brief: Apprentice Hunting License
Summary: Amends the Environmental Conservation Law; relates to lowering the age for universal hunting licenses from 14 years old to 12 years old.
Status: From Senate Environmental Conservation Committee on May 23
 
Introduced: 11/30/2015
Sponsor: Representative Barry Jozwiak  
Issue Brief: Hunting with Dogs
Summary: Amends the Game Statutes, in hunting and furtaking; provides for dogs pursuing, injuring or killing big game; provides that shall be unlawful to make use of a leashed blood-tracking dog to track a white-tailed deer, bear or elk in an attempt to recover an animal which has been legally killed or wounded during any open season for such animals.
Status: In Senate on Third Consideration on June 6
 
Introduced: 05/16/2015
Sponsor: Representative Michael Hanna, Member, Pennsylvania Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus 
Issue Brief: Modern Restraining Animal Traps
Summary: Amends Title 34 (Game) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in hunting and furtaking; provides for unlawful acts concerning taking of furbearers.
Status: To House Committee on Game and Fisheries on May 16 
 
Introduced: 05/19/2016
Sponsor: Representative Marc Gergely, Member, Pennsylvania Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Issue Brief: General 
Summary: Amends Title 34 (Game) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in hunting and furtaking; provides for unlawful devices and methods.
Status: To House Committee on Game and Fisheries on May 19 
 
Introduced: 03/18/2016
Sponsor: Senator Pat Stefano
Issue Brief: American System of Conservation Funding
Summary: Amends Title 34 (Game) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in Pennsylvania Game Commission; provides for powers and duties of commission; in hunting and furtaking licenses; provides for license costs and fees.
Status: In Senate on Second Consideration on June 6
 
Introduced: 03/21/2016
Sponsor: Senator John Eichelberger, Member, Pennsylvania Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus  
Issue Brief:  American System of Conservation funding 
Summary: Amends Title 30 (Fish) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission; provides for power to set fees by regulation; in fiscal affairs; provides for collection fee for uncollectible checks; in fishing licenses; provides for nonresident and tourist licenses, for one-day resident fishing license, for license, permit and issuing agent fees and for license and permit packaging options; in special licenses and permits; provides for net permits.
Status: In Senate on Second Consideration on June 6 


SOUTHEASTERN STATES


Introduced: 5/05/2016 
Sponsor: Representative Nelson Dollar
Issue Brief: Budget Bills 
Summary: Modifies the current operations and capital improvements appropriations act of 2015 and to make other changes in the budget operations of the state.
Status: To Senate Committee on Appropriations/ Base Budget on May 23

Introduced: 05/23/2016
Sponsor: Representative David Lewis 
Issue Brief: Budget Bills
Summary: Makes base budget appropriations for current operations of State departments, institutions, and agencies, and for other purposes.
Status: To House Appropriations Committee on May 23
 
Introduced: 05/23/2016 
Sponsor: Senator Harry Brown
Issue Brief: Budget Bills
Summary: Makes base budget appropriations for current operations of state departments, institutions, and agencies, and for other purposes.
Status: To Senate Appropriations Committee on May 23
 
Introduced: 05/24/2016
Sponsor: House Regulations and Administration Procedures Committee
Issue Brief: General
Summary: Approves regulations of the Department of Natural Resources, relates to wildlife management area regulations; turkey hunting rules and seasons, designated as regulation document number 4635, pursuant to the provisions of article 1, chapter 23, title 1 of the 1976 code.
Status: Introduced. Placed on calendar without reference to House committee on May 24
 
Introduced: 01/14/2016
Sponsor: Representative Gary Cleary       
Issue Brief: Fresh Water Angling Access; General  
Summary: Relates to permits required for coastal zone critical areas; allows for certain additional technologies, methodologies, or structures; prohibits the seaward movement of the baseline; eliminates the right of local governments and landowners to petition the administrative law court to move the baseline seaward; narrows certain exceptions and provides for exemptions; authorizes repairs to certain erosion control devices; provides for the approval of certain erosion control devices.
Status: From House Committee on Judiciary: Reported favorably on May 24
 
Introduced: 01/12/2016
Sponsor: Senator Chip Campsen, Co-Chair, South Carolina Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus 
Issue Brief: General
Summary: Relates to hunting and fishing licenses; provides that a person must have immediate access and authorization to utilize deer quota tags to hunt on property with a deer quota program permit; provides for the deer quota program and requirements for application; provides that a person must possess a set of individual deer tags to hunt on property without a deer quota program permit; sets the deer tag fees for in and out-of-state residents; relates to bag limits and authority over game zones.
Status: House concurred in Senate Amendments on May 26  


MIDWESTERN STATES

 
Introduced: 02/11/2016
Sponsor: Representative Charlie Meier, Member, Illinois Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Issue Brief: General 
Summary: Amends the Fish and Aquatic Life Code; adds catfish to the list of aquatic life that may be taken by pitchfork, underwater spear gun, bow and arrow or bow and arrow device, including a sling shot bow, spear, or gig; provides that specified fish shall not be sold or bartered unless authorized by the Department of Natural Resources; provides that the daily take, harvest limits, or additional species are subject to and set forth in administrative rule.
Status: Passed Both Houses on May 25
 
Introduced: 02/11/2016
Sponsor:Representative Charlie Meier, Member, Illinois Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus  
Issue Brief: General
Summary: Amends the Fish and Aquatic Life Code; provides that the limits on the number and size of fish a person may take in a day do not apply to a person fishing in waters wholly within his or her private property.
Status: In Senate. Read third time. Passed Senate. Passed Both Houses on May 25
 
Introduced: 05/13/2015
Sponsor: Senator Don Harmon
Issue Brief: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing/ Animal Rights Groups
Summary: Amends the Wildlife Code; prohibits the sale of bobcat pelts; provides that it shall be unlawful for any person to trap bobcat in the State at any time.
Status: In Senate. Rule 2-10 Committee/ 3rd Reading deadline established as May 27
 
Illinois S 2410 
Introduced: 02/03/2016
Sponsor: Senator Neil Anderson 
Issue Brief: Hunter Recruitment, Retention, Reactivation 
Summary: Amends the Wildlife Code; provides that a resident youth 18 and under may apply to the Department of Natural Resources for a Youth Trapping License, which extends limited trapping privileges; provides that the Youth Trapping License shall be renewable and expire on the March 31 following the date of issuance; provides that possession of a Youth Trapping License shall serve in lieu of a valid trapping license, but does not exempt the licensee from compliance with the requirements of the Code.
Status: In House. Read Second Time. Adopted Amendment No. 1. Placed on Short Debate Calendar Third Reading on May 23
 
Introduced: 02/18/2016
Sponsor: Senator Bill Cunningham  
Issue Brief: License (General)
Summary: Amends the Wildlife Code; combines provisions for deer, turkey, and combination hunter licenses to certain landowners, including resident tenants certain commercial agricultural land where they will hunt and certain shareholders who wish to hunt on a corporation's, company's, or partnership's land.
Status: Passed House, to Senate for Concurrence. Placed on Calendar Order of Concurrence- Amendment No. 2 on May 23
 
Introduced: 02/19/2016
Sponsor: Senator Bill Brady, Member, Illinois Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Issue Brief: Concealed Carry While Hunting
Summary: Amends the Wildlife Code; provides that persons licensed to possess a concealed firearm under the Firearm Concealed Carry Act and current or retired police officers authorized by law to possess a concealed firearm shall be exempt from provisions of the Code prohibiting possession of those firearms.
Status: In Senate. Rule 2-10 Committee/ 3rd Reading deadline established as May 27
 
Introduced: 03/14/2016
Sponsor: Senator Jay Luneau 
Issue Brief: General
Summary: Relates to parish game and fish preserves; authorizes, by formal resolution, governing authorities to establish, maintain and operate game and fish preserves on lands or waterbodies wholly located therein or, for two or more authorities, preserves composed of contiguous lands or waterbodies shared thereby; allows for the appointment by authorities of game and fish commissions.
Status: Signed by Governor (Act No. 173) on May 19
 
Introduced: 03/17/2016
Sponsor: Representative Lisa Posthumus Lyons, Member, Michigan Legislative Sportsmen's Cacus
Issue Brief: General 
Summary: Includes hunter pink.
Status: In House. Second Reading on May 26
 
Introduced: 02/24/2016
Sponsor: Senator Patrick Colbeck, Member, Michigan Legislative Sportsmen's Cacus  
Issue Brief: Seniors, Veterans, and Active Duty Military, Hunting and Angling Privileges 
Summary: Provides waiver for licensing fees for honorably discharged veterans or active members of the military.
Status: In Senate Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs, and Homeland Security on May 26

Introduced: 03/10/2016
Sponsor: Senator Tom Saxhaug, Co-Chair, Minnesota Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus       
Issue Brief: American System of Conservation Funding; Budget Bills
Summary: Relates to natural resources; appropriates money from outdoor heritage fund and clean water fund; modifies Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council provisions; modifies legacy funds provisions; requires mapping of any lands acquired in fee with funds appropriated and open to public taking of fish and game
Status: To Governor on May 24  
 
Introduced: 03/14/2016
Sponsor: Senator Foung Hawj
Issue Brief: General
Summary: Relates to state lands; provides for valuation of bond-financed property; modifies provisions for sale and exchange of state land; modifies prior sales authorization; provides for release of reversionary interest; designates state waysides and forests; adds to and deletes from state forests and parks; authorizes sales, conveyances and exchange of state lands; allows expedited sales of school trust lands and university lands; provides for release of state reversionary interest.
Status: Signed by Governor on May 22
 
Introduced: 03/16/2016
Sponsor: Senator Kari Dziedzic       
Issue Brief: American System of Conservation Funding
Summary: Relates to natural resources; appropriates money from the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund; adds requirements for use of the trust fund money; creates reimbursement procedures for the University of Minnesota for money from the trust fund; relates to the membership of the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources.
Status: To Governor on May 24
 
Introduced: 03/10/2016
Sponsor: Senator Troy Balderson, Member, Ohio Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus        
Issue Brief: General; Enforcement
Summary: Revises specified laws relating to natural resources; provides clarifying changes; amends certain definitions; allows for the appointment of natural resource officers for purposes of custodial or patrol service on lands and waters owned, controlled, maintained, or administered by the department; provides for duties and jurisdiction of natural resource officers; creates within the department the office of real estate and land management; provides for the duties of the office.
Status: Passed House on May 25
 
Introduced: 02/02/2015 
Sponsor: Representative Steve Vaughan, Member, Oklahoma Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Issue Brief: General
Summary: Relates to capture and mutilation of protection wildlife; deletes restrictions on abandoning the body of game birds, mammals or fish; deleting restrictions on mutilating wildlife; makes it unlawful to waste edible meat of game wildlife; provides exceptions for gunshots, injury or disease or if the wildlife is being prepared for taxidermy; makes it unlawful to abandon the body of any protected wildlife within a specified distance of a public road; provides for revocation of a hunting or fishing license.
Status: To Governor on May 26
 
Introduced: 02/01/2016
Sponsor: Senator Nathan Dahm   
Issue Brief: Exotic Invasive Species 
Summary: Relates to the Feral Swine Control Act; adds certain hunting license requirements; expands authorization to removing feral swine at night; eliminates permit requirement to remove feral swine at night; authorizes the use of motor-driven land conveyance headlights and night vision equipment when removing feral swine; permits the use of lights and motor-driven conveyance to remove feral swine; relates to special permit to kill feral swine.
Status: Vetoed by Governor Mary Fallin, Member,Governor's Sportsmen's Caucus on May 20


WESTERN STATES 


Introduced: 03/14/2016
Sponsor: Assembly Member Miguel Santiago
Issue Brief: Hunter Recruitment, Retention, and Reactivation and Recreational Shooting
Summary: Amends existing law that regulates the lending of firearms. Limits the exemption of lending a firearm through an authorized dealer to include specified family members. Requires a handgun loaned to be registered to the person loaning the handgun.
Status: In Senate. Read third time. Passed Senate. To Assembly for concurrence (22-15) on May 19 
  
 
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