Murdock v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (1943)
1)Stated that to charge a fee (or tax) in order to practice a right was unconstitutional.
2)The court found that the fact that the ordinance was imposed indiscriminately and inexpensively cannot save it from being unconstitutional
Leathers v. Medlock, 499 U.S. 439 (1991) Stated that taxing cable tv did not violate the 1st Amendment unless the tax is directed at, or presents the danger of suppressing, particular ideas.
Both 1A cases, however, they both have the same theme of NOT taxing rights.
Requiring training is requiring a fee in order to exercise the right to bear arms. Therefore it's unconstitutional, regardless of the amount of the fee. Training to get a CCW is an unnecessary burden on the RTKBA. You should be able to OC without a permit......no fees, no training, no BS.