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SB-59 - Was a Bill to Move CPL Application Processing to SoS
« on: January 31, 2012, 04:48:26 PM »
SB-59's Original Text

Since originally drafted and submitted, the bill has been substituted (read) changed.  The bill as currently submitted would allow a person in Michigan to apply for their CPL at Any Michigan County Clerk's office and have it processed by that county's gun board.

Example: Person Living in Wayne County could Apply and have their CPL Processed by the Ingham County Clerk/gun board.

Once the county that the person applied to issues the CPL, that county "owns" that CPL until it expires.  That issuing county would be responsible for revocation, suspension, etc.

The Bill Stalled out in the Senate Judiciary late in 2011.  It has since been reassigned to the Senate committee on "Natural Resources, Environment and Great Lakes" (effective 1/31/2012).

Michigan Open Carry, Inc. favors the bill, based on what is known of it at this time.
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Re: SB-59 - Was a Bill to Move CPL Application Processing to SoS
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2012, 03:10:33 PM »
This agency has a hard time doing it's current job.

I found out during a traffic stop that my license plate number (which I have had for a couple decades) was registered to someone else. I wasn't given a ticket, because I had an original registration from the SoS.

When I went to the SoS to get it straightened out, I discovered that it wasn't assigned to just one other vehicle. It had in fact been assigned to two other vehicles in addition to mine. It took nearly two months to get confirmation that I was the sole registrant.

Apparently "CV 67" is a highly sought after license plate number. I can't imagine why. It's associated with a troll.
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Re: SB-59 - Was a Bill to Move CPL Application Processing to SoS
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2012, 03:18:00 PM »
Apparently "CV 67" is a highly sought after license plate number. I can't imagine why. It's associated with a troll.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_John_F._Kennedy_%28CV-67%29

Surely, this is the reason you have it as well?
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Re: SB-59 - Was a Bill to Move CPL Application Processing to SoS
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2012, 03:34:43 PM »
Apparently "CV 67" is a highly sought after license plate number. I can't imagine why. It's associated with a troll.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_John_F._Kennedy_%28CV-67%29

Surely, this is the reason you have it as well?

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