SB 134/HB 48 – Concealed Carry/Emergency Personnel

SB 134/HB 48 – Concealed Carry/Emergency Personnel

Primary Senate Sponsors: Se. Jim Perry (R-Lenoir, Wayne); Sen. Danny Britt, Jr. (R-Columbus, Robeson); Sen. Tom McInnis (R-Anson, Moore, Richmond, Scotland)

Primary House Sponsors: Rep. Harry Warren (R-Rowan); Rep. Allen McNeil (R-Moore, Randolph); Rep. Carson Smith (R-Columbus, Pender)

Summary

This bill would exempt on duty EMS personnel from the concealed carry prohibition while providing tactical medical assistance to law enforcement in an emergency situation. To qualify, EMS must have completed an approved tactical medical assistance course for supporting tactical law enforcement operations.

Movement

SB 134

Filed – 2/23/2021

HB 48

Filed – 2/2/2021

The bill was referred to the following House Committees:

-Judiciary

-Rules, Calendar, Operations

 
 

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