The Assembly passed a bill that would change the expiration dates on concealed carry licenses that are renewed on a 92-7 vote, sending the bill to Gov. Scott Walker’s desk.
Under current law, a license is valid for five years after the date it’s issued. The bill would change that so a renewed license is valid for five years from the expiration date of the one it replaces. That change would ensure those who renew their licenses early aren’t penalized.
The bill passed without discussion. Seven Dems voted against it.