HB21-1106 Safe Storage
Status: Assigned to House State, Civic, Veterans, and Military Affairs. (Reps. Duran/Mullica, Sens. Bridges/Hansen).
Would require gun owners to safely store firearms so that they are no accessible to juveniles or prohibited persons.
Requires gun stores to post information as to the law. Imposes a misdemeanor penalty.
Also requires Office of Suicide Prevention to post on web site information on safe storage and provides for education program if monies are available.
SB21-078 Reporting Lost and Stolen Firearms
Status: Assigned to Senate Judiciary. (Sens. Jaquez Lewis/Danielson and Reps. Sullivan and Herod)
Requires individual gun owners to report to law enforcement within 5 days after discovering a firearm is lost or stolen. Imposes $25 fine on first offense, misdemeanor on subsequent offenses.
HB21-1038 Guns in School
Status: Assigned to House State, Civic, Veterans, and Military Affairs. (Rep. Neville).
Would allow anyone with a concealed carry (CCW) permit to carry a hidden handgun into any K-12 public school. 9 th consecutive year for a “guns in schools” bill.
HB21-1098 Civil Liability with ERPO
Status: Assigned to House Judiciary. (Rep. Woog).
Would allow anyone who suffers injury or damage who couldn’t defend self because of an ERPO to sue anyone who drafted, proposed, promoted or provided support for the 2019 ERPO (Extreme Risk Protections Orders) law.
In case of death or disability, damages assessed from $100,000 – $100 million.
HB21-1082 Bypass Background Check with CCW permit
Status: Assigned to House State, Civic, Veterans, and Military Affairs. (Rep. McKean).
Would permit anyone with a Concealed Carry permit to bypass background check when seeking transfer of firearm. Third time this bill has been introduced since 2006.
HB21-1070 Repeal Ammunition Magazine Ban
Status: Assigned to House State, Civic, Veterans, and Military Affairs. (Rep. Hanks)
Would remove the 15-round limit imposed in 2013. Eighth consecutive year for this proposal has been introduced.