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1.) DParker - 04/29/2013
If you're in TX and wanting to get your CHL, or already have one but are coming up on your renewal time then you might want to get moving. Demand is very high right now for both classes and the processing of CHL paperwork by DPS, resulting in some fairly long delays. My CHL expired this past February, and even though I started looking for a renewal class in late December I couldn't find a decent one that I could get into until the first weekend of March. I completed that and mailed my paperwork off on Mar. 4, and just got my replacement CHL back this past Friday...after almost 8 weeks of processing time.
2.) bluecat - 04/29/2013
Kansas is experiencing long delays as well. People are really embracing their rights.

Lawmakers OK allowing educators to carry guns in schools, approve making Kansas-made guns immune from federal laws

Read more here: [url]http://www.kansas.com/2013/04/05/2748512/senate-approves-bill-that-would.html#storylink=cpy[/url]

TOPEKA — Schools across Kansas could pick teachers or other employees who could carry concealed guns under a measure approved by lawmakers on Friday.
And Kansas-made guns would be immune from federal regulations within state borders under the Second Amendment Protection Act also approved by lawmakers.
Both bills now head to the governor’s desk for his signature.
The concealed-carry bill, HB 2052, also prevents local governments from prohibiting weapons unless they have security guards and metal detectors at public entrances. But it gives government leaders the opportunity to avoid that law for four years to develop security measures required to ban guns.