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2017-2018 Newly Proposed Legislation - State & Federal Bills

Discussion in 'Legal' started by dc dalton, Jan 11, 2017.

  1. dc dalton

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    A couple of new state and federal bills, looks like Wisconsin is on an anti-gun tear

    NJ

    A5088 would lift the age restriction for carrying firearms for retired law enforcement

    WI

    SB340 would require the department of education to create a firearm safety class and offer it as an elective for high school students

    SB346 would require anyone that want a license to carry go through 8 hours of training with 1 hour live fire

    SB347 would require who is applying for a license to carry a concealed weapon submit proof of liability insurance in the amount of $800,000 per firearm per occurrence.

    SB348 would require all semi-auto handguns that are sold in the state to be micro-stamped

    SB349 would prohibit anyone on the federal no-fly list from possessing a firearm

    SB350 is an all out 'assault weapon' ban bill

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US Congress

    HB3054 would provide an amnesty period for vets and their families to register firearms brought back from overseas prior to October 1968 with the NFA

    SB1435 would provide an amnesty period for vets and their families to register firearms brought back from overseas prior to October 1968 with the NFA

    HB3139 would remove suppressors from the NFA and would also preempt states from taking them

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    While I trust the custodian at my son's school to vacuum the floors, clean the lunch tables and scrub the toilets, that doesn't necessarily mean I trust them to be be carrying a gun - particularly when I don't think their immigration documentation would survive close scrutiny.
     
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    The Rockford school district started contracting out cleaning for at least some of their schools a while back. The company they hired to do it ended up with a bunch of people who could not get past the required background check. A fair number were not even eligible to work in the country. It was moderately humorous. I wonder what they ended up doing.
     
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    Why bring up immigration to broadly paint custodians as illegals? Not only is it not true, but derogatory. The custodian and janitor at my kids school are legal, and also teaches the karate class to the kids after school. Without a gun, the guy would take a bullet for any of the kids, with a gun, he'd be able to deal with any threat that comes. He's ex military, and by the way, a janitor is not as simple as it used to be, the guy has his Masters in Facilities Management.
     
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    An excellent post. Thank you, Yo Mama.
     
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    I remember the janitors at my elementary school, after all these years, elderly black gentleman who walked with dignity and treated every job as if it was the most important task in the world. We all respected him.
     
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    The Custodian who was at my elementary school also had to be a trained boiler operator as the school had steam heat.
     
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    Thank you for pulling that information together and posting it.
     
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    Well, I guess a law like this would force schools to be a bit more discerning in who they hire, then, now wouldn't it? Forcing anyone to carry a gun for any job that doesn't require lethal force as a requisite tool (i.e. LEO/MIL) is a whole other kind of foolishness, though. That said, an individual's refusal/inability to partake in that responsibility can be illuminating as to other aspects of their psyche, Freud and all that...

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  10. dc dalton

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    A couple of new bills in this week with some real garbage coming from Congress:

    OH

    HB310 would permit elected officials that have a carry license to carry in government facilities

    HB305 would allow those filing protective orders to list any firearms the person being served has. It also would require the transfer of all firearms within 24 hours of being served a protective order if the court decides the offense if prohibiting.

    Washington DC

    B22-040 would create 'extreme risk' protection orders where persons would be prohibited from owning firearms or ammunition for one year

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US Congress

    SB1214 would prevent the EPA from regulation lead ammunition and other sporting good items that are made of lead

    SB1505 would remove suppressors from the national firearms act

    SB1541 would strike the year 1898 from the definition of an antique firearm and change to to be 100 years prior to the current year

    HB3458 doesn't have any text yet but the description states 'To require certain semiautomatic pistols manufactured, imported, or sold by Federal firearms licensees to be capable of microstamping ammunition, and the prohibit the removal, obliteration, or alteration of the microstamped code or microstamping capability of a firearm.'

    HB3464 also doesn't have text as of this posting but the description states 'To prohibit firearms dealers from selling a firearm prior to the completion of a background check.'

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    A couple of new bills this week including some for the Texas special session and one pre-filed for the 2018 Florida session

    AL

    SB3 would repeal quite a few restrictions on where a firearm can be carried

    FL (prefiled for 2018 session) S0120 would make business liable for customer safety if they prohibit carrying firearms

    TX

    HB123 would make it a defense from prosecution (for carry a firearm on posted property) if the person is asked to leave a does so

    HB216 would make the last week of August tax free for firearm and ammunition sales

    HB296 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB376 would allow a person to shoot a drone down under certain circumstances

    SB100 would make firearms and firearm accessories that are made in the state and kept in the state exempt from federal regulations

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US Congress

    HB3361 would require all gun dealers to to lock up all firearms when the business is not open either but strengthen rod through the trigger guards or in safes

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    All liberals in Wisconsin throwing crap bills at the wall hoping desperately a conservative controlled Senate and Assembly will pass it...
     
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    Sorry I have been tied up with some other stuff the last few weeks, here's the new bills that have come in since my last post:

    AL

    HB13 would make straw purchases illegal, they already are under federal law

    CA

    AJR24 is a resolution asking congress to not pass national reciprocity

    FL

    S0148 would loosen restrictions and penalties for 'accidental' open carry

    H0039 lessens the penalties for 'accidentally' exposing a concealed firearm but we honestly think they just need to stop screwing around and legalize open carry

    S0218 would basically require anyone with kids to keep their firearms locked up at all times

    H0113 would allow concealed carry on school property if a 'religious institution' is located on it

    S0240 would clarify law regarding carrying firearms on private school property by stating the law does not apply to concealed permit holders

    IL

    SB2229 would remove the requirement to have a firearm owner id card to legally possess a switchblade knife

    SB2231 would ban concealed carry in churches and on church property

    MI

    SB0527 is a reaction to the grandfather that was denied custody of a foster child because he owned guns. That being said it does have some strong restrictions.

    HB4955 would prevent adoption agencies from taking into9 consideration any ownership of firearms by the potential adopters

    OH

    SB180 would strengthen stand your grand laws, assign the burden of proof for self-defense cases to the prosecutor and modifies penalties for illegally carrying a concealed firearm or improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle

    PA

    HB1709 would require anyone that owns or wants to buy a firearm get training and be issued a certificate by the state police

    HB1771 would set up a taxpayer funding statewide gun buyback program

    WI

    SB402 would add several more exceptions to current law for possession of a firearm on school property

    SB408 is another silly bill to make straw purchases more illegal than they already are

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US Congress

    HB3464 would require dealers to wait for background checks to complete before selling a firearm, no matter how long it takes

    HB3458 would require all semi-auto handguns to be able to microstamp ammunition

    HB3576 is a federal preemption bill that would stop state and local governments from enacting any firearm law more restrictive than federal law.

    HB3613 would set up federal grants to states and gun dealers to hold gun buyback programs

    HB3668 is a sportsman's bill that now contains the language to remove suppressors from the NFA registry

    HB3790 would increase penalties for the theft of firearms from a gun dealer or a shooting range

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    Well as you would expect things are heating up again, especially in Washington

    DC

    B22-0514 would set up a means of relief from firearms restrictions for those who have had mental health issues but have recovered

    FL

    H0219 is an assault weapon and high capacity magazine ban bill. It would also require anyone that owns them before the ban to register them with the state and get a certificate

    H0221 would make the records of people registering their 'assault weapons' or high capacity magazines exempt from the freedom of information act

    S0400 would add the requirement to get a mental health evaluation conducted by a clinical psychologist or a psychiatrist to the concealed carry requirements

    H0231 would create 'high risk protection orders' that would allow family or friends to file one based on their belief a person might harm themselves. The orders would require firearms to be surrendered

    H0269 would require anyone wishing to get a concealed carry license to see a licensed mental health professional

    S0456 would outlaw bump stocks

    IL

    HB4107 is an all out assault weapon and 50 cal ban

    NJ

    S3457 is an attempt to outlaw 50 cal rifles

    NY

    A08717 would outlaw bump fire stocks any any other device that would accelerate a firearms rate of fire

    S06902 would outlaw bump fire stocks any any other device that would accelerate a firearms rate of fire

    WI

    AB524 is an attempt to strengthen straw purchase laws but has some very strange language about an affirmative defense for the defendant

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US

    SB202 would put in place permanent protections for social security beneficiaries protecting them from being deemed mentally defective just because they don't handle their own finances

    SB1854 would increase penalties for theft of firearms from gun dealers

    SB1915 would require firearms to be personalized

    HB3947 would outlaw bump fire stocks and trigger cranks

    SB1916 would outlaw bump fire stocks and trigger cranks

    SB1945 is a high capacity magazine ban

    SB1923 would prevent the transfer of a firearm by a dealer to the buyer until the background check has completed, no matter how long it takes

    HB3962 would stop all ammunition sales that are not completed in person. It would also require dealers to report anyone that purchases more then 1000 rounds of ammunition within a 5 day period

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    Well folks the nonsensical bill are rolling in like wildfire, the typical 'we have to do something even if it wouldn't have prevented the last shooting' nonsense

    FL

    H0321 would outlaw bump fire stocks and would require anyone that owns one to surrender it to police

    IL

    HB4112 is a bump stock ban bill

    OH

    HB373 would allow those with a concealed carry license to carry in government buildings and courtrooms

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US Congress

    HB3986 would require all firearms manufactured in the US to include personalization technology

    HB4057 is another terrorist watch list prohibition bill

    HB4052 is a high capacity magazine ban bill

    HB3984 is an attempt to repeal the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act

    HB3987 would require a $1 per background check to be charged by gun dealers with that money then being sent to the attorney general to fund 'gun violence' research

    HB3998 is another terrorist watch list bill for firearm sales

    HB4025 would require gun dealers to report anyone that buys more than 2 firearms within 5 days

    HB4018 would require a 3 day waiting period for handgun sales

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    ...and allows cities and other political subdivisions the option to pass laws forbidding such carry. It took the override of a governor's veto and two Ohio Supreme Court cases before state preemption became settled law and the Ohio General Assembly wants to give back to the cities some of the power to regulate where firearms can be carried? This is a very bad idea.
     
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    H0219 is an assault weapon and high capacity magazine ban bill. It would also require anyone that owns them before the ban to register them with the state and get a certificate

    H0221 would make the records of people registering their 'assault weapons' or high capacity magazines exempt from the freedom of information act

    S0400 would add the requirement to get a mental health evaluation conducted by a clinical psychologist or a psychiatrist to the concealed carry requirements

    H0231 would create 'high risk protection orders' that would allow family or friends to file one based on their belief a person might harm themselves. The orders would require firearms to be surrendered

    H0269 would require anyone wishing to get a concealed carry license to see a licensed mental health professional

    S0456 would outlaw bump stocks.

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    With the Republicans holding the FL Senate 24 to 16, and the House 77 to 41 it's unlikely that any of these will see the light of day.

    You have to give the gun grabbers credit for being persistent though. You know the old saying that you can eat an entire elephant, one bite at a time.
     
  18. dc dalton

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    Another week of mostly nonsensical new bills coming in, just makes your head hurt

    FL

    H0383 would set up a means to secure firearms when entering a courthouse and would preempt local governments from restricting it

    IL

    HB4115 would outlaw Tannerite

    HB4120 would outlaw bump fire stocks

    HB4117 would require anyone that buys Tannerite to have a FOID card. It would also ban 'trigger modification devices'

    HR0648 would create a firearm awareness task force that would study other states concealed carry laws and the crime rates before and after they enacted them

    HB4127 would remove state preemption of 'assault weapons' and allow local governments to regulate them

    SB2247 would ban the sale and ownership of bump fire stocks

    HB4143 would add those with a concealed carry permit to the list of those not subject to a waiting period when buying a gun

    MA

    S2194 would ban bump stocks and trigger cranks

    MI

    SCR0026 is a resolution asking congress to outlaw bump fire stocks

    NY

    S06918 would outlaw bump fire stocks, trigger cranks or 'other firing accelerators'

    OH

    SB219 would outlaw bumpfire stocks and any other device that would 'accelerate the rate of fire of a semi-automatic firearm'

    HB395 would outlaw bump fire stocks and any other device that would increase the rate of fire of a semi-auto weapon

    PA

    HB1872 would ban the sale of any device that accelerates the rate of fire of any firearm

    WI

    SB479 would create a registry that people can put themselves on to prohibit themselves from buying a handgun

    AB579 would create a registry that people can put themselves on to prohibit themselves from buying a handgun

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US Congress

    HB3999 would ban all parts that would increase the rate of fire of a rifle

    HB4064 would require a license to sell binary explosives and would set a maximum allowable purchase amount

    SB1992 would require gun dealers to secure all firearms and records when the business is not open with fines for non-compliance between $1000 and $10000 along with possible suspension of the dealers license

    SB2009 is a universal background check bill

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    Am I the only one here having trouble getting my brain around this? :confused: Don't want to be able to buy a handgun? Then don't buy a handgun! Can one take oneself off the registry or is it a permanent thing? If you might buy a gun without remembering doing so, you have much, MUCH larger issues than the gun itself. Then again, I have a couple of guns where I honestly can't remember when I bought them. And a couple of lbs of powder that I bought and subsequently forgot that I had. And that one middle kid of ours. He just seemed to show up one day getting off the bus from school in 2nd grade. My wife assures me that he had been with us for years. Okay, maybe I see the point. :p

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  20. armoredman

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    Nothing from AZ yet because we send our legislature home after 100 or so days a year. Be interesting to see what our leftists in the state house come up with - we do have some, from all the Chicago expats and Calirefugees moving in.
     
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    The latest list of new legislation that has come in over the past week or so ... most notably New Jersey gearing up for the new legislative session and with that Democrat governor in office in January it's going to get ugly.

    FL

    S0740 would make changes to concealed carry application laws including allowing tax collectors to issue them

    H0553 would add a DD214 to the list of acceptable training to get a concealed carry license provided it is no older than 3 years

    H0621 would allow school's an exemption to the firearm on school property ban should they choose to do so

    S0838 is a universal background check nill


    IL

    SB2253 would completely outlaw bump fire stocks

    HR0684 is a resolution asking congress to ban bump stocks

    MA

    H2485 would clarify that manufacturers and dealers of inert ammunition components are not required to be licensed by the state and that these items can be shipped to customers in MA from other states

    MI

    SR0109 is a resolution asking congress to pass the national concealed carry act

    HB5220 would add language to the laws regarding self-defense sprays and foams defining the use of them in self-defense

    HB5250 would make changes to law regarding restraining orders and relinquishing firearms

    NJ

    S3477 would outlaw bump stocks

    S3493 would outlaw buying ammunition over the internet, telephone or by mail order

    S3495 would clarify that crimes involving an airgun or spring pistol does not make that person prohibited. It also states that anyone acquitted on appeal, expungement or pardon is not a prohibited person

    S3511 would make it illegal to carry a machine gun or 'assault firearm' in public ... talk about satupid

    S3516 would permit the Adjutant General to authorize military personnel to carry firearms at recruiting centers

    TN

    SB1472 would ban any part that would make a semi-auto firearm shoot faster but not make the firearm a full auto weapon

    WI

    AB616 would ban the import or sale of any part that accelerates the rate of fire for a semi-auto rifle

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US Congress

    HB4153 is a ridiculous to get federal agencies, and agents to be required to keep all firearms locked up when not in use and to push for smart gun technology

    HB4168 would require bump fire stocks to be classified as NFA items

    HB4183 would cut off grants to states that fail to report domestic violence restraining orders to the NICS system

    HB4192 would bribe states with federal grants to enforce policies to take away firearms from those under protection orders

    SB2044 would expand the list of prohibited persons related to domestic abuse and domestic abuse orders

    SB2045 would bribe states with federal grants to enforce policies to take away firearms from those under protection orders

    HB4186 would expand the list of prohibited persons related to domestic abuse and domestic abuse orders

    HB4240 is a stupidly long, made to be as confusing as possible, bill that appears to reenact the NICS Improvement act by once again dangling money in front of states and then refusing it if they don't meet the federal governments standards

    HB4268 would create a 7 day waiting period before a purchase can be completed for any semi-auto firearm, armor piercing ammunition or large capacity magazine. It would also apply to suppressors which now take about a year to get ... stupid Democrat nonsense

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    It's still early for pre-files on bills from most states but that should change here come December as Arizona's legislature opens the 2nd week of January
     
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    Yep. Wondering what we will see.
     
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    Here's the latest batch of introduced bills from around the country and Washington, including some real doozies from Congress:

    FL

    H0739 would add quite a few exceptions to the laws regarding carrying a firearm, opening up many places a person can carry to an from

    GA

    HB651 would classify any firearm that has a bump fire stock as a machine gun

    IL

    HB4168 would require anyone renewing their FOID card, and all new applicants for one to provide a set of fingerprints

    MI

    SB0668 would require anyone subject to a protection order to relinquish or sell all of their firearms.

    OH

    SB234 would prevent any restriction from owning legal firearms or ammunition for subsidized housing

    PA

    HB1935 would provide secure gun lockers for the storage of firearms belonging to corrections officers at all State Correctional Institutions

    TN

    HB1461 would outlaw bump fire stock and trigger cranks

    WI

    SB563 would make it state law to prohibit someone of domestic violence from owning firearms, something that is already federal law

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US Congress

    HB4142 is basically blackmail by the federal government over the states forcing them to make sure firearms are seized from individuals charged with certain offenses and / or subject to a protection of order. The ffederal government would withold grants funds until such a time as the states comply.

    SB2095 is another Diane Fienstein 'assault weapons' ban

    SB2094 would require the military to report instances of domestic abuse to the FBI, it would also extend grants to the states to further reporting of prohibited crimes to the FBI

    HB4342 would basically make any firearm dealer, manufacturer or importer a prohibited person that must transfer all firearm inventory to another dealer even if the reason for the revocation of their license wasn't because they were prohibited. (in other words their license could be revoked for improper paperwork yet they would still need to transfer all firearms to another dealer)

    HB4365 would require all branches of the military to reports domestic violence convictions to the FBI to be included in the NICS system

    HB4344 would 'bribe' states to get mental health professionals to submit information about people they deem as dangerous in direct violation of HIPPA laws

    HB4433 would require the department of homeland security to secure firearms when not in use, talk about a waste of taxpayer money

    SB2135 requires government agencies to enforce current law and report crimes to NICS.

    SB2150 is an attempt to regulate the entire 'toy firearm' market with inane requirements imposed on these manufacturers

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    The new bills are rolling in fast for next years legislative sessions:

    AZ

    HB2023 would outlaw bump fire stocks, trigger cranks and any other devices or parts that would make a firearm shoot faster

    HB2024 is a universal background check bill

    HCR2001 is a universal background check bill

    FL

    S1236 would allow designated employees and teachers that have a concealed carry license to carry on school property

    S1242 would open up carrying a gun while doing quite a few activities

    H0997 would use taxpayer money to provide grants for gun buyback programs

    IL

    HB4177 would allow active duty military stationed within the state to apply for non-resident carry licenses

    HB4183 would allow anyone from another state get a concealed carry license so long as the state the person is from require firearm training and a background check

    HB4185 would allow state correction officers to carry their personal firearm when they are off duty

    HB4186 would void the waiting period when the transfer is for one operable firearm in exchange for another operable firearm

    MI

    HB5369 would rewrite several existing laws changing the the word pistol to firearm essentially requiring permits to carry any firearm and creating universal background checks

    HB5371 is a universal background check bill

    HR0215 is a resolution urging congress to lift the prohibition on studying gun violence

    MO (2018 Session)

    HB1242 would outlaw bump stocks and any other device that increases the rate of fire of a firearm

    HB1281 would make it illegal to seel, loan or transfer a firearm to anyone on the terrorist watch list of who is part of a terrorist organization

    HB1326 would allow anyone that takes firearm safety training to deduct up to $500 of the cost of the classes from their state income tax

    HB1340 would create extreme risk protection order and gun seizure warrants very similar to California law

    HB1341 is a universal background check bill

    HB1342 would make it illegal to sell ammunition or firearm accessories to anyone under 18

    HB1382 would allow concealed carry in churches and other places of worship

    SB711 would require gun dealers to hold firearms for 24 hours after a sale

    HB1563 would require anyone wishing to buy a firearm to consult with a physician about the dangers of firearms at least 72 hours before the purchase. It would also require gun dealers to go through a ridiculous procedure when selling a firearm

    NH (2018 session)

    HB1313 would repeal the ban on carrying firearms on OHRV's or snowmobiles

    HB1380 would change law regaring the discharge of firearms in a town or city so that if a person has the permission of the ajoining property owners they can shoot on their property

    HB1406 would make concealed carry licenses valid for only 3 years

    HB1438 would allow landlords to ban tenants from having firearms

    HB1542 would allow non-prohibited persons to carry firearms on the exterior property of state colleges

    HB1566 would ban open carry in places like hospitals, bars, churches, polling places and public buildings

    HB1749 is a preemption of local firearms bill

    NJ

    A5219 would outlaw bump fire stocks

    NY

    S07045 would allow anyone under the protection of a court order to carry a concealed firearm without a license while they wait for their carry license to be approved

    S07067 would outlaw 50 caliber rifles and would direct the state police to set up a buyback program for those who currently own them

    S07133 would set up extreme risk protection orders and ban anyone under one from owning firearms

    VA (2108 session)

    HB41 would ban bump fire stocks, trigger cranks or any other device that increases the rate of fire of a firearm

    HB43 is a lost or stolen bill

    SB1 would ban bump fire stocks, trigger cranks or any other device that increases the rate of fire of a firearm

    SB48 is a constitutional carry bill

    SB5 is a 'universal background check' bill that includes the rental of firearms

    HB68 would allow local governments to prohibit firearms in libraries

    SB63 would allow local governments to outlaw carrying of firearms at demonstrations, parades, protests etc

    HB91 would require the mandatory training for a carry permit to be in-person training only

    WA

    SB5992 would outlaw bump fire stocks and other 'trigger modification devices'

    SB6006 would allow the governor to ban carrying firearms by anyone but law enforcement when declaring a state of emergency

    WI

    AB728 would require all gun dealers to lock up all firearms when their store is closed

    SB619 would require all gun dealers to lock up all firearms when their store is closed

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Gun-Legislation

    US Congress

    HB4434 would mandate reporting of criminal records to NICS of all federal agencies.

    http://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     

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