As previously reported, SB 67, introduced by Senator C.B. Embry (R-6), allows the citizens of Kentucky more options for meeting the training requirement when applying for a Concealed Deadly Weapons License. Courses offered by the NRA and other national organizations may now be used, streamlining the time and expense required in obtaining a CDWL.
House Bill 91, introduced by Representative James Kay (D-56), clarifies Kentucky’s charitable gaming statutes, allowing nonprofits such as the Friends of the NRA to host more events.
Thank you to everyone who contacted your elected officials in support of these measures.