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This act prohibits all people convicted of a violent crime, including stalking, from possessing a firearm (with some exemptions). Additionally, it requires that the Department of Mental Health begin to research options for the state to open a version of the New Hampshire Gun Shop Project with the goal of reducing firearm related deaths.Year: 2015•State: Vermont•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Vermont State Legislature
This act requires law enforcement agencies must develop notification protocols that allow family or household members to request notification before a firearm is returned to the person from whom it was obtained or to an authorized representative. Notification can be by telephone, email, text message, or other methods that avoid unnecessary delay.Year: 2015•State: Washington•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Washington State Legislature
This act has been amended to allow for stricter gun control for certain public institutions. These institutions, under the amended act, are able to state whether or not conceal and carry weapons permits include their public property. These public institutions include state agencies or municipalities.Year: 2017•State: Kansas•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Kansas State Legislature
This act expanded the ban on firearms to those with protective orders based on stalking or as a condition of release or bail for offenses against family/household members or dating partners.Year: 2015•State: Louisiana•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Louisiana State Legislature
This act relates to weapons. The majority of this act is conservative, including sections that remove switchblade knives from lists of prohibited or licensed items. This act does, however, add pneumatic guns to the list of prohibited weapons on school grounds.Year: 2017•State: Nevada•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Nevada State Legislature