Kansas: AG Kobach’s Lowering Carry Permit Fee Bill Advances to the House Floor for a Vote

Gun Rights

Earlier this week, the House Committee on Federal and State Affairs passed House Bill 2412, a bill that eliminates state agency fees for concealed carry permits, reducing the fee total to the applicant’s county sheriff fee of $32.50. Attorney General Kris Kobach has stated his support for this bill, which was introduced by Rep. Rebecca Schmoe (R-59). Please contact your representative today and ask them to SUPPORT HB 2412.

Kansas is a constitutional carry state where law-abiding citizens are able to exercise their right to carry a firearm for self-defense without first having to obtain government permission.  Kansans may still choose to get a carry permit for its additional benefits, such as reciprocity in other states, being able to present it for quick verification of eligibility, and being exempt from having to undergo a federal background check for every firearm purchase from a dealer.

Again, please contact your representative today and urge them to SUPPORT HB 2412, which eliminates most of the financial burden of carry fees for law-abiding citizens.

You Might Like

You Might Like

Articles You May Like

Amid legal battles and political turmoil, Trump and the NRA woo Dallas
Donald Trump makes election pitch to gun owners after NRA endorsement
Primitive Arrow Quiver
Government plans $1,000 fines for VICTIMS of gun crime!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *