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Kentucky: Concealed Carry Reform Bill to be Heard Next Tuesday

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

On Tuesday, January 28, Senate Bill 60 is scheduled to be heard in the state Senate Licensing, Occupations and Administrative Regulations Committee.

SB 60, sponsored by state Senator John Schickel (R-11), would make key changes to the concealed carry permitting process by allowing instructors to issue training certificates to students who passed an accredited concealed carry course.  This bill would also allow for concealed carry permit holders to carry while in businesses whose primary profits are derived from the sale of alcoholic beverages.

SB 60 is an extremely important bill that your NRA is fully supporting this legislative session.

Please call and e-mail the Senate committee members listed below and urge them to vote YES on SB 60 on January 28.


Senate Licensing, Occupations and Administrative Regulations Committee:

Senator John Schickel (R-11), Chairman

502-564-8100 ext 617

John.Schickel@lrc.ky.gov

 

Senator Jimmy Higdon (R-14), Vice-Chairman

 502-564-8100 ext 623

Jimmy.Higdon@lrc.ky.gov

 

Senator Tom Buford (R-22)

502-564-8100 ext 610

Tom.buford@lrc.ky.gov

 

Senator Julian Carroll (D-7)

502-564-8100 ext 651

Julian.carroll@lrc.ky.gov

 

Senator Julie Denton (R-36)

502-564-8100 ext 646

Julie.denton@lrc.ky.gov

 

Senator Denise Harper Angel (D-35)

502-564-8100 ext 633

Email

 

Senator Chris McDaniel (R-23)

502-564-8100 ext 615

Chris.mcdaniel@lrc.ky.gov

 

Senator Morgan McGarvey (D-19)

502-564-8100 ext 621

Morgan.mcgarvey@lrc.ky.gov

 

Senator R.J. Palmer II (D-28)

502-564-2470

Email

 

Senator Dan “Malano” Seum (R-38)

502-564-2450

Dan.seum@lrc.ky.gov

 

Senator Damon Thayer (R-17)

502-564-2450

Damon.thayer@lrc.ky.gov

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