FIREARMS AND FIREWORKS
Missouri House of Representatives
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FIREARMS AND FIREWORKS

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HB 1049 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan --- CoSponsor: Barnett, Rex
Authorizes certain retired or off-duty officers to carry concealed weapons.
HB 1344 --- Sponsor: Crump, Wayne F.
Creates a permit process for carrying concealed firearms and requires review of certain weapons offenses for the possibility of federal prosecution.
HB 1408 --- Sponsor: Purgason, Chuck --- CoSponsor: Bearden, Carl
Allows persons to apply for and receive permits to carry concealed firearms under certain circumstances; creates the county sheriff's revolving fund.
HB 1435 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod
Authorizes sheriffs to issue permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB 1437 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle
Preempts the regulation of firearms.
HB 1547 --- Sponsor: Barry, Joan
Allows armored car crew members who have valid permit or license from any political subdivision in this state to carry concealed firearms anywhere in the state so long as within scope of employment.
HB 1589 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod
Authorizes sheriffs to issue permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB 1595 --- Sponsor: Bray, Joan --- CoSponsor: Daus, Michael
Creates crime of criminally negligent storage of a firearm.
HB 1671 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Creates a licensing board to regulate private investigators.
HB 1680 --- Sponsor: Hampton, Mark --- CoSponsor: Holt, Bruce W.
Prohibits political subdivisions from suing firearms manufacturers for damages, abatement, or injunctive relief resulting from the design, manufacture, marketing or sale of firearms or ammunition.
HB 1702 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Authorizes applications for permits for retired peace officers to carry concealed weapons. Specifies permit requirements.
HB 1729 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod
Authorizes sheriffs to issue permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB 1816 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Authorizes an additional two percent sales tax on fireworks.
HB 1944 --- Sponsor: Crump, Wayne F.
Creates a permit process for carrying concealed firearms and requires review of certain weapons offenses for the possibility of federal prosecution.
HB 1954 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback --- CoSponsor: Bray, Joan
Creates the crime of unlawful possession of a firearm for persons convicted of or subject to a court order for domestic violence.
HB 2110 --- Sponsor: Reinhart, Annie --- CoSponsor: Ridgeway, Luann
Excludes prosecuting attorneys from the crime of unlawful use of a weapon for carrying a concealed weapon.
HB 2212 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Gary
Allows law enforcement officers to carry concealed weapons whether on duty of off duty anywhere in this state.
SB 781 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Prohibits sale of firearms without a trigger locking device.
SB 922 --- Sponsor: Sims, Betty
Prohibits the possession of a firearm where a child is capable of gaining access to it.
SB 938 --- Sponsor: Cauthorn, John
Provides application and licensing requirements for carrying concealed weapons.
SB 1027 --- Sponsor: Kinder, Peter
Prohibits certain suits by political subdivisions and the state against firearm manufacturers and dealers.
SB 1122 --- Sponsor: Foster, Bill I.
Provides application and licensing requirements for carrying concealed weapons.
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