HB 1185 and HB 1410, both containing Right-to-Carry (RTC) reforms, passed final concurrence votes. HB 1185, allows for commissioned law-enforcement officers (reserve or full-time), who have gone through the appropriate background checks and training prior to their employment, to be issued a concealed carry permit for their off-duty time without further requirements. The fee for active duty law-enforcement concealed carry permits will be $25, plus the cost of photographs, etc. HB 1410, requires that law-enforcement return legitimate RTC holder’s firearms, if taken, unless they have committed a disqualifying offense or are believed to be a danger. HB 1410 allows instructors licenses and permits to be automatically renewed without a fee. Permit holders will also be able to travel with loaded long guns in their vehicle without repercussions. And finally, those appealing denials will have 60 calendar days to do so. Both HB 1185 and HB 1410 are now headed to the Governor’s desk.