Senate Bill 295

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Last Action 03/03/22: to Veterans, Military Affairs, & Public Protection (S)
Title AN ACT relating to concealed deadly weapons.
Bill Documents Introduced
Bill Request Number 1273
Sponsor A. Southworth
Summary of Original Version Amend KRS 527.070 to modify the types of school facilities where weapons are prohibited; state that the prohibition of weapons on school grounds only applies when entrances to the school buildings display a sign indicating that unlawfully possessing a weapon in a school is a felony; remove the requirement that signs be prominently displayed indicating possessing a weapon in a school is prohibited; remove the provision that failure to post the signs indicating weapons are prohibited in schools shall not relieve a person of liability; amend KRS 150.172, 237.110, and 527.020 to conform; repeal KRS 237.115 which interprets the application of the license to carry concealed deadly weapon statute as permitting postsecondary facilities and state and local governments to limit concealed carry in governmental buildings.
Index Headings of Original Version Education, Elementary and Secondary - School property, weapons, sign notification requirement, removed
Education, Elementary and Secondary - Weapons prohibition, optional
Firearms and Weapons - Public postsecondary institutions, concealed carry, repeal
Firearms and Weapons - School property, sign notification requirement, removed
Firearms and Weapons - State and local governments, authority to limit concealed weapons in buildings, repeal
Local Government - Deadly weapons, concealed carry in buildings, repeal
State Agencies - Deadly weapons, authority to limit concealed weapons in buildings, repeal
Universities and Colleges - Deadly weapons, postsecondary institutions, concealed carry, repeal

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03/02/22
  • introduced in Senate
  • to Committee on Committees (S)
03/03/22
  • to Veterans, Military Affairs, & Public Protection (S)


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