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Lifetime Concealed Handgun License Bill Introduced in Oklahoma

Friday, February 5, 2010

On Tuesday, February 2, House Bill 3124 was introduced and referred to the House Public Safety Committee.  No hearing has been scheduled.

Authored by State Representative Joe Dorman (D-65), HB3124 would create an optional lifetime concealed handgun license.  If enacted into law, this legislation would become effective November 1, 2010 and the permit fee would be $500.  However, Oklahomans would still be able to obtain a five-year permit for $100 or $85 for a renewal.

Indiana is currently the only state with an optional lifetime concealed carry permit and it is important that we express to our legislators that Oklahoma would like to be next.

Please contact the members of the House Public Safety Committee and respectfully urge them to support HB3124.  Contact information can be found below.

State Representative Sue Tibbs (R-23) – Chair
(918) 663-3915
suetibbs@okhouse.gov

State Representative Steve Martin (R-10) – Vice Chair
(405) 557-7402
stevemartin@okhouse.gov

State Representative Glen Bud Smithson (D-2)
(405) 557-7315
glensmithson@okhouse.gov

State Representative Chuck Hoskin (D-6)
(405) 557- 7319
chuck.hoskin@okhouse.gov

State Representative Paul D. Roan (D-20)
(405) 557-7308
paulroan@okhouse.gov

State Representative Mark McCullough (R-30)
(405) 557-7414
mark.mccullough@okhouse.gov

State Representative Jason Murphey (R-31)
(405) 557-7350
jason.murphey@okhouse.gov

State Representative Wallace Collins (D-45)
(405) 557-7386
wallace.collins@okhouse.gov

State Representative Leslie Osborn (R-47)
(405) 557-7333
leslie.osborn@okhouse.gov

State Representative Mike Ritze (R-80)
(405) 557-7338
mike.ritze@okhouse.gov

State Representative Randy McDaniel (R-83)
(405) 557-7409
randy.mcdaniel@okhouse.gov

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