Bill allows Secretary of State to share photographs with Michigan State Police
The Michigan House of Representatives has approved legislation introduced by Rep. Beau LaFave to streamline the process of obtaining a concealed weapons permit.
LaFave’s bill authorizes the Secretary of State to share photographs taken for official state personal identifications cards with the Michigan State Police for use on concealed weapons licenses.
“We shouldn’t be wasting people’s time and making them get new photos for their concealed weapons licenses when the state already has perfectly good photos on file,” said LaFave, of Iron Mountain. “This is a common sense move that will allow state government to operate more efficiently when processing CPL applications.”
House Bill 4203 moves to the Senate for consideration.