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fiftycal wrote:I see where HB 225 has already been filed to lengthen the CHL from 4 years to 5. I don't agree with that change because I believe people need a refresher at least every couple of legislative sessions.
I would support lowering the cost of the CHL for new and renewal, requiring DPS to take the photos on the existing drivers license equipment, doing away with the USELESS notarized forms, removing the USELESS requirement for "non-violent dispute resolution training" and lowering the course to 7 hours total.
Also, the lack of a "51%" sign should be a defense to prosecution for unknowingly entering a "bar".
That's a start on things.
I see where HB 225 has already been filed to lengthen the CHL from 4 years to 5.
fiftycal wrote:I would support lowering the cost of the CHL for new and renewal, requiring DPS to take the photos on the existing drivers license equipment...
MoJo wrote:A refresher every four years is a darn good idea. I am not in favor of open carry but a clause that eases the flashing/printing issue would be nice. Legislation to prohibit or severely limit civil liability in a justified shooting would be most excellent. Considering what you get for your money I think our CHL fee is a bargan - - - it would be better if it was cheaper but oh well.
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