For those who couldn't make it or watch it online.... SB 347 (Firearms in Schools): Amendments are still being written. As-proposed, it banned firearms in K-12 schools but a school district could adopt a policy to allow CHL holders to carry if they want. Amendment being proposed flips that, where CHl holders are allowed to carry on school grounds but the local school district could adopt a policy prohibiting firearms. There will be signage requirements, and violation of the policy will result in criminal trespass charges (Class A Misdemeanor). SB 699 (Concealed carry in the Capitol and public buildings): As-proposed it required that firearms be "completely concealed", amendment was adopted to remove the word "completely". SB 700 (Background checks): Added step-parents and step-children to the list of family members who wouldn't require a background check. Senator Dingfelder referenced Newtown and suggested that transfers between family member requirements in the bill were too loose. SB 796 (Live-fire training for CHL): Amendments are still being written. The amendment being written removes all the live-fire training requirements, instead requires that CHL classes be conducted in-person, prohibits electronic delivery of the training (internet, etc...). No official vote on any of these bills today; I think they have to be passed by the end of the week to be considered by the full Senate or else they will be dead. There are a whole stack of bills all over the Capitol that are up against this deadline, there was reference made to bills being rolled over to tomorrow and Thursday as-needed, as well as reference to a possible meeting Thursday evening if they still had bills that hadn't been passed yet. That's all until tomorrow!