Memory didn't serve too well on the CC data issue. I guess that was an earlier version of SB 75 itself or another bill, rather than 436.
The older HSC version of the bill does mention fingerprints and "no other" biometric data, just like the final. However, the older HSC version had different wording on some parts of the data issue, and also a switchblade and fixed blade hunting knife provision that I can't find in the final version. It also talked about destroying data securely to be "irretrievable" which I don't find in the final.
Meanwhile, besides OC and nullification, 436 bans registering, tracking, and taxes/fees that would have a chilling effect on gun ownership, AND makes it the duty of courts and LEOs to protect citizen 2A rights. That "duty" part would be valuable, forcing them to be on the side of gun owners.
436 amendment HA3 was poorly worded and could be changed in 2 respects: nail down the intended scope of the no-publishing part, otherwise it might fail in court and not help anyone as intended, and change the medical questioning/records part from "shall be required" to "shall" and nix or modify the "nothing in this" clause, so that this would actually protect patients from "do you have a gun" questions and make it illegal to ask or record such information.
436 offers a lot that 75 doesn't, and for that matter 75 might not offer as much as it did before. It's good we have 75 to help protect CC data against abuses, but 436 would make history for 2A rights and make OC a lot more common and safer.
Be sure to CALL legislators about the override! Phone calls make an impact. It's easy to ignore emails.