Missouri: Important Right-to-Carry Privacy Legislation Introduced in House

Posted on March 13, 2013

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Recently, there have been several reports that the Missouri Department of Revenue is collecting and sharing personal documents from individuals receiving a concealed carry endorsement with third parties, including the federal government.  This sharing and recordkeeping of private documents by the Department of Revenue is a serious violation of public trust, and the NRA will work in this legislative session to protect the privacy of individuals who seek a concealed carry endorsement.

House Bill 787, introduced by state Representative Todd Richardson (R-152), seeks to protect the privacy of gun owners by prohibiting the state Department of Revenue from sharing their personal information with the federal government or other agencies.   Please contact your state legislators and encourage them to protect your privacy rights by supporting HB 787.  Click here for help identifying your elected officials and their contact information.

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