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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. Rep. Bob Damron (D-Nicholasville) who helped push through the original concealed carry law almost two decades ago defended HB 351. He wondered why lawmakers, especially female legislators, would deny other women the ability to defend themselves. He spoke on the House floor on February 28, 2014.