Wisconsin CCW Update- Public Hearing

Make your voice heard this Wednesday in Madison! On February 1, the Assembly State Affairs Committee will hold a public hearing on Assembly Bill 28 at 10:00 a.m., and we need Wisconsin CCW holders and supporters to testify in favor of this important legislation. AB 28 would revise current CCW statutes to ensure that when a law-abiding CCW holder renews their license before it expires, the license is valid for five years from the expiration date of the license being renewed.  Currently, when a CCW holder renews their license before it expires, it becomes valid for five years from the date of issuance, rather than the expiration date of the license being renewed. 

WHEN
February 01, 2017 at 10am - 1pm
WHERE
Wisconsin State Capitol (Room 225 Northwest)
2 E Main St
Madison, WI 53708
United States
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CONTACT
Suzanne Anglewicz ·

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  • This needs to be taken care of. When I got my renewal notice I thought it would be nice to take care of it early. Then when I receive my new license I saw that it was dated from the time of renewal, not the original anniversary date. In my opinion, that stinks. I lost a couple of months that I paid for. Why is the state essentially stealing from it’s tax payers? The Governor is constantly talking about not raising taxes, but what is this if not an underhanded way to cheat the taxpayers out of a few months of the remaining time on their CCW? I’m sure this was just an oversight when the law was originally put together, but it really needs to be fixed now to prevent anymore license holders from inadvertently being victimized by the state.
    Brett Sorano