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Cease and Desist


Connecticut Carry, Inc. hereby demands that all temporary state permit issuing authorities in Connecticut cease and desist from compelling any applicant for a temporary state permit to carry pistols or revolvers to submit with their application a $50.00 fee paid to the State of Connecticut/Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection for a criminal history records check. Notice is provided herein that a local issuing authority compelling an applicant to submit a $50.00 fee paid to the State of Connecticut/Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection for a criminal history records check as a condition of making application for a temporary state permit is subject to joinder in an action to be filed by and on behalf of:
  • Any temporary state permit applicant who has been required by a local issuing authority since October 1, 2009, to submit the $50.00 fee for a state criminal history records check as a condition for obtaining a state permit.
  • Any individual who has been deprived of a temporary state permit based on the unlawful imposition of a $50.00 fee for a state criminal history records check as a condition for obtaining a state permit.


Demand to Cease and Desist


Accordingly, formal demand is hereby made of all local issuing authorities in Connecticut and all of their associates, accomplices, and accessories of whatever description, to cease and desist immediately from requiring any applicant for a temporary state permit to submit with the application a $50.00 fee paid to the State of Connecticut/Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection for a criminal history records check.


Notice of Intent


This is our formal notice to all local issuing authorities in Connecticut of our intent to lodge a complaint specifically naming them as a principal in a conspiracy to engage in a pattern of activities in connection with the unlawful collection of a $50.00 fee from applicants for temporary state permits thus imposing an unlawful tax upon the right to bear arms in Connecticut and infringing upon state and federal constitutional rights of individuals eligible to carry a pistol or revolver in the state without due process of law.

Actual Letter