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What states are NOT currently considering even the slightest hint of gun control?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BK, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. breakingcontact

    breakingcontact New Member

    This is huge to me.

    I like liberal cities in conservative states, so this protects my rights from whatever Peter Pan types get into city government.
  2. JEB

    JEB New Member

    i'll second iowa. havent heard anything so far.
  3. JLeòdhas

    JLeòdhas New Member

    So far, nothing in Alabama that I know of.
  4. pty101

    pty101 New Member

    Nebraska, there isnt even any talk of it AFAIK.
  5. vtail

    vtail New Member

    Oklahoma is OK.
  6. armedaccountant

    armedaccountant New Member

    Arkansas is actually passing pro 2A legislation. I love my state.
  7. Kybill

    Kybill New Member

    Nothing I'm aware of in KY.
  8. Cesiumsponge

    Cesiumsponge New Member

    WA has nothing I'm aware of. "The state of Washington hereby fully occupies and preempts the entire field of firearms regulation". Gun-grabbing cities whine about it, but they can't do anything. That keeps any gun legislation at the state-level so it's hard to sneak anything by and keeps the laws same anywhere inside the state.
  9. Bovice

    Bovice New Member

    FL seems fine. I don't know of anything coming down the pike. There's a group headed up by Trayvon Martin's mom to repeal the SYG law, but it doesn't have much traction.
  10. Warp

    Warp Active Member

    Pretty sure Georgia isn't.
  11. ol' scratch

    ol' scratch New Member

    I haven't heard or read anything in Ohio. Some local districts are passing laws allowing staff members in schools to carry. The only states I have read about that are jamming crap through are typically regarded as the liberal states. California's new laws sound scary and unconstitutional.
  12. paramedic70002

    paramedic70002 New Member

  13. leadcounsel

    leadcounsel member

  14. Twiki357

    Twiki357 Active Member

    No anti-gun stuff going to pass in Arizona. A couple of proposed bills, but they wont go anywhere. The city of Tucson either passed or has proposed an ordinance to require background checks for all sales (gun shows) that take place on city property. But, then, Tucson is to Arizona what san francisco is to california.
  15. Shanghai McCoy

    Shanghai McCoy Active Member

    Kansas seems to be acting mature on the firearms issue.
  16. r1derbike

    r1derbike New Member

    Dang, you beat me to it, by a few hours!
  17. -v-

    -v- New Member

    MS is working on/passed a resolution telling Obama to "get bent" with any new gun control.
    TN has a similar resolution bobbing around in the state senate right now.
  18. Spike_akers

    Spike_akers New Member

    Virginia is trying to pass a bill that will forbid all state entities from aiding in enforcing any federal gun control legislation. as far as i know, its on the house floor right now.. although some feel it is not strong enough, and should include jailing federal agents... and we are working on further eliminating gun free zones, right now in Virginia, the only places you cant carry, are courthouses, a place of worship while a meeting of religious purposes is being held without good reason, private property where prohibited by owner, and school property. we can carry into a restaurant that has an alcohol license as long we dont consume alcohol... i havent heard exactly what we're pushing foor, but assume schools will be removed from the list after sandy hook, since we are trying to pass legislation to increase armed security in schools... and gun sales are climbing where as our gun crimes are down by 40% and still dropping as sales increase... so it seems that removing gun free zones does help in crime stopping... but then again our crime rates have always been lower then adjacent states MD, and DC, as they have stricter gun laws and gun free zones... go figure... and oddly enough, you can OC in virginia at 18 even though you cant buy a handgun... logic...
    Last edited: Feb 8, 2013
  19. bikerdoc

    bikerdoc Moderator

    Indeed VCDL is doing a great job.

    Kudos to Phil Van Cleave and staff.
  20. thorazine

    thorazine New Member

    Are you sure about that?

    What is the status of...

    SB 435 - Memo: Assault Weapons Ban Bans firearms with certain cosmetic features that make them look scary. No grandfathering. Possession of scary-looking firearms after the effective date is an M1 the first time (read: lifetime prohibitor of firearms possession) and F3 each subsequent time.

    HB239 "All firearms...shall be registered...." Photos, SSN, and fingerprints required with annual renewal fees!

    SB192 An Act amending Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for a limit on handgun purchases and sales in cities of the first class; establishing the Violence Prevention Fund; and further providing for limitation on the regulation of firearms and ammunition and for limitation on municipal powers.

    SB191 An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for a limit on handgun purchases and sales and establishing the Violence Prevention Fund.

    SB190 This bill would allow judges, the Pennsylvania State Police, mental health review officers, and county mental health administrators to share all documents concerning mental health treatment with the FBI.

    HB122 An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, providing for trained school personnel.

    SB189 An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, prohibiting persons ordered to undergo involuntary mental health treatment on an outpatient basis from owning firearms.

    House Bill 335 This bill would add a mental health question relating to if someone has "ever been treated".

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