H.3205 – Retired Officials Carrying Concealed

H.3205 would allow judges, magistrates, solicitors, clerks of court, and workers’ compensation commissioners to carry concealed anywhere in the state, whether they are active in their positions or retired. Current law only allows these officials to carry concealed anywhere in the state when they are carrying out the duties of their office. It’s difficult to see any justification for giving public officials, whether active or retired, a special privilege denied to other citizens.

Similar: H.3174

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