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This bill would allow a person who is issued a protective order to conceal carry a firearm for up to 120 days after the order was issued, without needing a concealed firearm permit.
Under this bill, certain retirees would be provided a non-refundable tax credit equal to 4.95% of the social security benefit.
This bill would remove the front license plate requirement.
This bill creates a process in which a court may order the forcible removal of a person's firearms based on an ex parte order in which the firearm owner may not defend themselves against the allegations.
This bill restricts government from charging individuals for onerous property violations that don't actually bother neighbors.