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  1. I think I will let them print only one finger.. my choice.

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by melloyello View Post
    So who do we write, what do we say, and what is/are the addresses....

    I don't want to sound toooo PARANOID but I want to make sure we have a leg to stand on, legality wise, what laws is SLED breaking.
    There is no such thing as being " toooo PARANOID '. That's how they get away with things.

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    It is my understanding that L1 outfit will NOT be doing this. Renewals will revert back to the State. Many people, as did me, had concerns of privacy. I believe that the Governor squashed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melloyello View Post
    I saw this on SCFirearms Yahoo Groups forum and had to confirm myself...

    My question is that who made this law and additional tax/fee? SLED? our State Congress?

    How can we fight it? I want some names!

    I didn't see this on SC Grass Roots either.
    The name is Incumbent's. Fight it by Voting Them Out!

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    From the link:

    NOTICE

    The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) will not be implementing the Digitized Fingerprinting Concealed Weapon Permit (CWP) program as was previously announced. SLED personnel will continue to seek efficiency measures Division-wide, including the CWP program. SLED appreciates the patience demonstrated by each CWP applicant as SLED Regulatory personnel attempt to address CWP application turnaround times during these challenging economic times.

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    A Right implies you need no ones permission to exercise it, only priviliges require permissions and in this case fees.

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