Florida CCW/F Licenseholder confidentiality: sunset clause


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MedWheeler
July 26, 2011, 07:20 PM
In this thread, posted in the rather limited-audience "Activism" forum, I asked about a "sunset clause" that is written into Florida law regarding the preservation of carry-licensee private information confidentiality. As the law is written, that privacy would no longer be guaranteed by law after 02 October of this year.
Earlier today, I saw a thread on another carry forum (one geared toward the Florida resident) and someone mentioned that the legislature has just recently renewed the confidentiality protection law, but I've been unable to find confirmation. Anyone else hear if this is indeed the case?

http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=601741

Edit: Not that this is getting much attention here, but the protection has been extended via HB7161, until at least 2016, at which time the sunset review law calls for it to be reviewed again.

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