This bill ensures that Utahns 21 and up do not need a permit to exercise their right to conceal carry a firearm.
This bill creates a process in which a court may order the forcible removal of a person's firearms based on an ex parte order in which the firearm owner may not defend themselves against the allegations.
This bill would create a criminal penalty for gun owners who do not securely store their firearms in the home so minors may not access them.
In Utah, you're an automatic felon if you are a lawful gun owner who decides to use an illegal drug. That needs to change.
This bill would allow a person who is issued a protective order to conceal carry a firearm for up to 120 days after the order was issued, without needing a concealed firearm permit.
This bill makes a firearm owner liable for damage caused by their firearm if they share it with another person whose conduct is a felony.
This bill protects the right of an intoxicated person to carry firearms under certain circumstances.
This bill ensures that even alleged felons can defend themselves against aggression that is unrelated to their criminal activity.
Representative Lee Perry, a Highway Patrol Lieutenant, is running a conceal carry bill for the 2017 session to decriminalize gun owners from concealing their firearm. In 2013, a similar bill sponsored by Rep. Mathis passed, but...