DENVER (AP) — Conceal-carry firearm holders would have greater flexibility to renew their permits under a bill given initial approval by Colorado lawmakers.
The state House voted Friday with an unrecorded voice vote to allow the renewal of conceal-carry permits at any sheriff’s office. Current law requires people to renew their permit with the sheriff’s office that issued it.
The bill sponsored by Democratic Rep. Ed Vigil needs one more vote next week to be referred to the Senate.
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