Well, H.B. 473, an improved version
(3) H. (a) .H “Concealed firearm permit” means a permit issued pursuant to Section 53-5-704 that permits, but does not require, concealment of the firearm on the permittee H. , except as otherwise provided in Subsection (3)(b)(i).
(b)(i) The permittee shall conceal the firearm on the permittee, which may include concealment in a purse, handbag, briefcase, or similar object carrried by the permittee, if carrying it in or on the grounds of a public or private postsecondary institution under Subsection 76-10-505.5(3)(a).
(ii) Violation of Subsection (3(b)(i) is an infraction, except that it is not a violation of Subsection(3)(b)(i) or Subsection 76-10-505.5(3)(a) if a permittee
inadvertently, unintentionally, incidentally, or accidentally exposes the firearm while carrying it in or on the grounds of a public or private postsecondary institution .H .
of the original described earlier, was passed by the Utah House but not the Senate. It is important to note that the bill was not defeated by the Senate, but it looks like they didn’t vote to it before time ran out for this year’s Legislative session.
Oh well, one more year of being extra, extra careful won’t be too difficult.