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    Exclamation CA CCW reciprocity bill introduced

    AB 1167 Assembly Bill - INTRODUCED

    MEASURE : A.B. No. 1167
    AUTHOR(S) : Nielsen.
    TOPIC : Firearms: concealed firearm licenses: reciprocity.
    HOUSE LOCATION : ASM

    TYPE OF BILL :
    Active
    Non-Urgency
    Non-Appropriations
    Majority Vote Required
    Non-State-Mandated Local Program
    Fiscal
    Non-Tax Levy

    LAST HIST. ACT. DATE: 03/26/2009
    LAST HIST. ACTION : Referred to Com. on PUB. S.

    TITLE : An act to add Section 12058 to the Penal Code, relating
    to firearms.

    SECTION 1. Section 12058 is added to the Penal Code, to read:
    12058
    (a) Persons holding a valid permit or license to carry a concealed handgun from any state or a political subdivision of a state shall be deemed a licensee under subparagraph (A) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 12050.
    (b) The Department of Justice shall enter into reciprocity agreements with all other states that have the legal authority to enter into those agreements so that licensees under Section 12050 may carry firearms in those states pursuant to the conditions imposed by Section 12050. The department shall each month maintain and publish a list of those states with which this state has established reciprocity.

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    forgive me for my ignorance, what does it mean?

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    Yes what does it mean......pls.explain and help us understand.

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    Looks to me like someone in the PRCA legislature has introduced a bill that would force the PRCA to recognize ALL states that would recognize a permit from the PRCA.

    Good luck, but I think you'll need more than that to get it passed.
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    If it passes, it makes CA a we honor all State. Doubtful it will pass. However this is a good start.
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    It's nice to know that there are those in the Sacramento that are even introducing these kinds of bills.
    Thanks for the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorCalChuck View Post
    It's nice to know that there are those in the Sacramento that are even introducing these kinds of bills.
    Thanks for the tip.
    Did you notice the date of the posts in here?

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    Well no I had not . . . .
    Thanks for the heads up . . . .
    Like so many I will learn from history . . . . .

    Upward and Onward through the fog . . . . .

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