2014 Session Recap:

Bill Number Authors Signed by Governor Description
HB2874 Rep Newell / Sen Brecheen April 22, 2014 Allows instructors to destroy class records after three years
HB2520 Rep Vaughan / Sen Simpson Died in Committee
OSBI Agreed to implement by regulation.  Removes requirement to list SSN on SDA application.  Only the last 4 digits will be required.
HB2594 Rep Walker / Sen Stanislawski April 7, 2014 Allows use of Electronic Funds Transfer for payment of SDA license.
HB2692 Rep Johnson / Sen Sykes April 22, 2014 Extends grace period for renewal of SDA license from 30 to 90 days.
HB2614 Rep Martin (Steve) / Sen Treat May 23, 2014
Allows SDA licensees to store loaded weapon in locked vehicle out of plain sight while parked on k-12 school parking lots.
HB3367 Rep Echols / Sen Dahm Vetoed Includes knives under state firearms preemption law.
HB2461 Rep Turner / Sen Dahm Vetoed - Overriden Requires Sheriff's to process NFA applications within 15 days
HB2539 Rep O'Donnell / Sen Holt Vetoed Updates and broadens statutes concerning the use of deadly force.
HB3510 Rep Hickman / Sen Bingman Signed
HB2539 was placed into this special bill after the Governor vetoed it.  She is expected to sign it, but has not as of 5/31/2104.
Click on the bill number to see that bills page on the Legislature’s website.
Bill# Description
 HJR1026  Amendment to the Oklahoma Constitution
 SB401  Gun Free School Zones Act Nullification bill
   
 HB2021  Firearms Freedom Act
 SB161  Firearms Freedom Act
 SB548  Second Amendment Preservation Act (nullification bill)
   
 HB2673  Local school board to set weapons policies (currently a shell bill)
 HB2351  Common Sense Zero Tolerance Act to protect students wearing clothing with firearms on them
 HB2881  Allow colleges, universities, & technology centers to set a weapons policy
 SB1363  Allow colleges, universities, & technology centers to set a weapons policy
 HB2887  Prohibit denial of consent to carry on colleges, universities, or technology centers
 SB1466  Colleges & universities immune from liability if they permit carry
 HB2886  Allow weapons in locked unattended vehicles on parking lots of K-12 schools
 HB2329  Allow weapons in locked unattended vehicles on K-12 parking lots & reduce penalties for violating private school policy
   
 HB1877  Car carry (unlicensed carry in vehicles)
 SB552  Car carry (unlicensed carry in vehicles)
 HB2477  LEO must have articulable proof of crime to restrain person while carrying on own property
 SB1344  LEO must have atriculable proof of crime to restrain person while carrying on own property
 SB1473  Piers Morgan Constitutional Right to Keep an Bear Arms Without Infringement Act – unlicensed open carry
 HB3367  State preemption for knife laws
 HB1558  Bus carry
   
 HB2617  Non-secure public building carry – would remove all non-secure state, county, and local buildings that are not secured (except courthouses) from the SDA list of prohibited places
 SB1264  Non-secure public building carry – would remove all non-secure state, county, and local buildings that are not secured (except courthouses) from the SDA list of prohibited places
 HB2672  Capitol carry (currently a shell bill)
 HB2957  Remove fingerprint requirement for SDA permit
 HB2590  Allow permanent residents to apply for SDA permit
 HB2958  Non-violent drug misdemeanors over 10 years old not considered on SDA application
 HB2520  Remove SSN requirement from SDA application
 HB3095  Remove SSN requirement from SDA application
 SB1266  Remove SSN requirement from SDA application
 SB2079  Update definition of pistol in SDA to include multiple projectiles
 HB2888  Add spouse of military member with permanent orders to list of those eligible to apply for SDA permit
 HB2889  Take SDA application to any sheriff’s office in the state
 HB2874  SDA class certificates good for 3 years / SDA instructors may destroy class rosters and other information after 3 years
   
 HB2020  No state funds used to pay for anti-2A propaganda
 HB2691  Extend range liability immunity to private property owners
 HB2461  Sheriffs & police chiefs required to process NFA applications