We need to add a penalty for violation of 16-11-129(d). Three possible suggestions: (1) On the sixty first day after the date of application a probate judge who has not issued a firearms license in spite of the fact that no derogatory information bearing on the applicant's eligibility for a firearms license has been found shall be fined $50 payable to the state's general fund. Every failure to issue the license as set forth in this code section shall be a separate offense. The $50 fine may not be paid with public dollars but must be paid by the Probate Judge personally. (2) Issuance of the firearms license on the sixtieth day, if no derogatory information bearing on the applicant's eligibility for a firearms license has been found, is a ministerial act. (3) A scheme whereby a temporary license must issue on the sixtieth day. This has been written about previously, so I will not reiterate it here except to say that the ministerial act language should be added here, too. Number one is really cool. Number two removes any discretion on the sixtieth day, something I think this law should already do anyway . . . even before this change. We might also attack the 50 day language reagrding the police check, but I do not really think that is the problem here, and if it is, then forcing the probate judge to issue the license anyway will cure the problem. Maybe the ministerial act language and a fine . . . ?