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Arkansas: Concealed Carry Fee Reduction Legislation Awaits Governor’s Signature

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Arkansas: Concealed Carry Fee Reduction Legislation Awaits Governor’s Signature

Currently sitting on Governor Asa Hutchinson’s desk is important self-defense legislation, Senate Bill 17. Please contact Governor Hutchinson and strongly urge him to sign Senate Bill 17 into law.


Senate Bill 17, sponsored by Sen. Trent Garner and Rep. Jim Dotson, will reduce the fee for a license to carry a concealed handgun for self-defense.  If enacted, the current fee of $100 would be reduced to $50 for first-time applicants, and $25 for renewals and those over 65 years of age. 

Again, please contact Governor Asa Hutchinson and urge him to sign Senate Bill 17 into law.

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