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Published on Mar 4, 2014
Under House Bill 351, abuse victims who have a court-issued order of protection against an abuser can apply for a temporary permit to carry a concealed deadly weapon. Those applying for the permit would have to undergo a background check, but would not be required to have any firearms training. Rep. Diane St. Onge (R-Lakeside Park) questioned the safety of that provision. She spoke on the House floor on February 28, 2014.