2021-2022 Newly Proposed Firearm Legislation

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  1. dc dalton

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    Pre-filed bills for the 2021 state sessions, note we included New Jersey because they are the only state that runs an even year / odd year session

    AL

    SB5 would repeal many sections of law regarding carry a firearm without a license

    FL

    H0025 would require background checks for ammunition sales

    H0027 relates to background checks for ammunition sales

    H6001 would remove colleges from the places where open carry is prohibited if the person has a carry license

    H6005 would repeal current law that prohibits the governor from regulating the sale of firearms and ammunition during a declared emergency

    S0186 would make anyone convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence a prohibited person

    MO

    HB105 would make it illegal to transport or store a loaded, concealed firearm in a motor vehicle and outside of a locked container or locked trunk.

    HB128 would require ammunition sellers to check identification to verify a buyers age

    HB212 would specify that lawful owners of firearms may store them in locked vehicles

    HB310 would nullify any new federal firearm laws, taxes etc

    HB40 would expand the reasons for a person to be prohibited from owning firearms

    HB41 would repeal state preemption of firearm laws

    HB52 would allow licensed concealed carry on public transportation

    HB68 would prohibit employers from terminating a worker just for having a firearm in their vehicle

    HB85 would create the "Second Amendment Preservation Act" which would make any unconstitutional federal firearm laws unenforceable in the state

    HB86 would add more places where a carrying a concealed firearm would be illegal

    HJR16 is a state constitutional amendment to strengthen then right to bear arms

    NJ

    A4883 would require firearm transfers between immediate family members go through an FFL

    A4923 would require the seizure of ammunition, firearm accessory, or firearm component from anyone under a domestic abuse restraining order

    A5030 would make firearm purchaser cards valid for 4 years and would require proof of training. It would also require an heir to get certification from the local chief law enforcement officer before taking possession of a firearm

    A5031 would impose a 2.5% tax on firearm sales and a 10% tax on ammunition sales

    S3103 would require the seizure of ammunition, firearm accessory, or firearm component from anyone under a domestic abuse restraining order

    S3105 would require family members and victims to be notified when a person's firearms are being returned after a restraining order or extreme risk protection order has expired

    S3182 would rewrite carry permit law only requiring training and that the person is not prohibited

    S3202 would allow some residents to carry firearms using a carry permit from another state but with strict limitations.

    SCR135 proposes a constitutional amendment that would authorize up to 200 probation officers to carry firearms

    OK

    SB18 would protect citizens from any firearm law or executive order that would take firearms or limit the rights of citizens to keep and bear arms

    TX

    HB112 would bar all state and local governments from enforcing any federal firearm-related law passed after 2020 or from accepting any money from the federal government to enforce such laws.

    HB118 is a universal background check bill

    HB127 would outlaw open carry of rifles

    HB164 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HB172 is an 'assault weapon' ban bill

    HB178 would outlaw all magazines that carry more than 10 rounds

    HB185 would require all firearms not in use to be locked up

    HB201 would repeal the state's campus carry law

    HB208 would make it illegal for anyone other than a licensed FFL to manufacture a firearm

    HB210 would require anyone convicted of an offense in family court or anyone under a family violence protection order to surrender their firearms

    HB213 would outlaw open carrying rifles

    HB218 is a universal background check bill

    HB223 would make anyone convicted of a 'violent misdemeanor' a prohibited person

    HB231 would make it illegal to sell, rent or lease an 'assault weapon' to anyone under 21 years old

    HB234 would outlaw any magazine that holds more than 10 rounds

    HB235 would make anyone convicted of 'family violence misdemeanors' a prohibited person

    HB238 repeal preemption of firearm laws by local and county governments

    HB241 is an 'assault weapon' ban

    HB245 would require all firearm sales at gun shows go through a background check

    HB26 would repeal the governor's ability to control the sale, transportation and use of firearms and ammunition during a declared emergency

    HB304 would add more places where carrying firearms is prohibited

    HB328 would designate June as firearm safety awareness month

    HB336 would prohibit the recognition and enforcement of extreme risk protective orders

    HB340 would remove the ability to regulate firearms and ammunition by the governor when an emergency has been declared

    HB347 would make it a crime to make a 'misleading' statement when buying a firearm

    HB367 would make anyone convicted of a 'hate crime' prohibited from possessing a firearm for 5 years from they date of their release

    HB395 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HB52 would require all firearms sold at gun shows to go through a background check

    HB524 would make 'firearm safety devices' sales tax exempt

    HB603 is an attempt to shut down reciprocity of carry licenses from other states

    HB606 is a universal background check bill

    HB629 would remove the ability to regulate firearms and ammunition by the governor when an emergency has been declared

    HB635 would bar all state and local governments from enforcing any federal firearm-related law passed after 2020 or from accepting any money from the federal government to enforce such laws.

    HB670 would create new law regarding the 'reckless discharge of a firearm'

    SB110 would create extreme risk protection orders

    SB162 would make it a crime to make a 'misleading' statement when buying a firearm

    SB163 is a universal background check bill

    SB60 would make firearm safety equipment exempt from sales tax

    SB84 would create what they call a 'lethal force protection order' which is in fact an extreme risk protection order

    VA

    HB1288 would make residents convicted of various misdemeanors prohibited persons

    HB1687 would create a fund to, among other things, 'investigate and make recommendations to reduce gun violence'

    HB960 would impose an additional 10% tax on firearms and ammunition

    HB961 would define and outlaw 'assault firearms' which include fixed magazine rifle that hold more than 12 rounds, handguns than hold more than 12 rounds and detachable magazine firearms that have certain characteristic

    SB13 would outlaw carrying firearms at Capitol Square

    SB15 would make it illegal to carry a firearm into any building owned or leased by the commonwealth

    SB490 would make anyone convicted of certain misdemeanors a prohibited person

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

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    Texas HB127 and HB213 both have the same agenda, but one is flagged red and the other green. Just sayin'..

    Otherwise, thanks for sharing. Despite having a state house, senate, and governorship that are all primarily "red", some of Florida is still waging war on its citizens.
     
  3. dc dalton

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    Good catch, changed
     
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    Thanks for doing this. :thumbup:
     
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    DC - On those Missouri bills in RED, what is the likelihood that any of them will pass? I'm interested as I used to go to St. Louis monthly for a club meeting and hope to do so once this virus insanity is over.
     
  6. 12Bravo20

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    Most of the restrictive bills are introduced every single year by the same group of legislators from the St Louis and Kansas City areas. They normally don't even make it out of committee. But that doesn't mean that we will let our guard down either. I am always on my state representative and senator to protect our rights.
     
  7. dc dalton

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    EXACTLY 12 Bravo .. anyone that sits back and says 'oh they will never pass' is a fool. in our home state of 'PA" we have seen many do the same thing and they got their asses handed to them when the bill passed.

    Never and I mean NEVER 'assume' a bill wont pass, the second you do is the second the gun grabbers win

    Again GREAT post 12 Bravo!
     
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    Ditto. And that's why we have to keep these things under a spotlight even if we think they're dead.
     
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    If I'm reading this right, there seem to be a lot of similar/duplicate bills in TX
     
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    Happens all the time because these legislators all want their name on a bill and NONE of them talk to each other
     
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    ... and furthermore, none of them ever talk to any people knowledgeable about the stuff they want to regulate, resulting in some pretty nonsensical proposed bills.
     
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    So very true. I have seen a few bills introduced in Missouri over the years that try to make something illegal that already is illegal under the current laws. All just to get their names on a bill so they can tell people they did something.
     
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    I've already written both my State rep and my State Senator - letting them know that I'm watching and will vote against them should they not oppose every anti-2A bill. I listed each HB and SB individually.
     
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    Good on you!! That's exactly what to do. And keep up to speed. There's likely to be well over a hundred bills introduced in the House. My own current count of the bills intoduced to the session now ending in the House is 148. Count may vary depending on what you define as a 2A bill.
     
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    I can also tell you that contacting your representatives and senators directly yourself gets better results than the canned messages from the different gun rights groups. I will go to my representative's and senators' official congress website and use the "contact me" forms if they have them available.

    I contact my state and federal elected officials on a regular basis. That helps remind them that they do work for the people. I have always gotten a response email and here lately I have actually gotten a phone call from someone in Sen Josh Hawley's office when I contact him.

    Just remember to always be polite in your correspondence.
     
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    You have 6005 misidentified. It is a pro gun bill. It outright repeals FL 870.044, which is enacted whenever the Governor declares a State of Emergency.

     
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    You are correct, our synopsis was correct but someone hit the wrong grade button on it, thanks for poining it out
     
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    I used to live in Virginia. The greatest of all 50 states. It's really sad the way it's deteriorating.
     
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    Unfortunately, both our senators are deep blue. Writing to them about the 2A will probably get me onto some 'list'.
     
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    No, most likely it'll just get you ignored. Concern about getting on some "list" shouldn't stop anyone from doing what they believe is right. Too much evil has been perpetrated in this world when people just tried to get out of its way but did nothing to stop it. The result was they ended up by being caught by it anyway.
     
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    Yeah - Lord only knows how many lists I'm on...how many we're ALL on. I've embraced it and no longer give a rip.
     
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    DC

    B23-0127 is a 'ghost gun' bill

    B23-0181 would broaden the definition for those prohibited to own firearms because of domestic violence

    B23-1021 would create an extreme risk protection order working group

    PR23-1057 would create an extreme risk protection order working group

    MO

    HB340 would require the state police to create and maintain a web page where the public can search serial numbers to see if the firearm was reported as stolen

    HB358 would prohibit the state and all municipal governments, and law enforcement from involvement in an firearm buyback program

    HB359 would remove the prohibition on carrying firearms in houses of worship

    HB374 would make the purchase of gun safety devices tax deductible

    HB435 would outlaw magazines that hold more than 10 rounds

    HB436 would outlaw magazines that hold more than 10 rounds

    NJ

    A5098 would repeal the personalized handgun laws

    SC

    H3009 would drop the fine for carrying in a prohibited place to $200

    H3012 would exclude any firearm manufactured and kept within the state from federal laws

    H3036 would require all parties in a vehicle that has been stopped by police to inform them if they are carrying a firearm

    H3039 is a constitutional carry bill

    H3042 would make any firearm laws passed by congress, or executive orders, regarding firearms null and void within the state

    H3060 would allow non-residents to carry firearms in the state

    H3061 would allow qualified retired law enforcement to carry firearms with identification

    H3094 would add open carrying of firearms to current law regarding carrying with a license

    H3096 is a constitutional carry bill

    H3119 would prohibit the use of any state funds to enforce unconstitutional firearm laws

    H3157 would allow certain felons to apply to own firearms for hunting purposes only

    H3392 would remove the yearly tax free second amendment weekend from the tax code

    H3418 would make anyone who has been convicted of a crimepunishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of more than one year a prohibited person

    H3421 would require a background check to be completed before a firearm can be transferred, no matter how long it takes

    H3422 would require a background check to complete before the transfer of a firearm and would require background checks at gun shows

    S0023 would make it illegal to possess or discharge a firearm of any kind on or within one thousand feet of any property owned or operated by a school or college

    S0032 is a constitutional carry bill

    S0044 would make certain protection items tax free once a year, preempt local governments from creating laws regarding firearms and ammunition, allow out of state permits to be honored without reciprocity and much more

    S0051 would remove 'not less than one year' from those convicted of a crime and are prohibited from owning firearms

    S0070 would create a new section of law relating to civil forfeiture of firearms

    S0071 would prohibit the transfer of a firearm until the background check has completed no matter how long it might take

    S0072 would require a background check to complete prior to the transfer of a firearm

    S0155 is a constitutional carry bill

    S0333 would legalize the possession of pepper spray for self defense

    S0369 would make any firearm manufactured and kept within the state exempt from federal law

    S0386 would allow anyone with carry license to carry in schools that are being used by a church for services, the person must also have permission from a church elder

    TX

    HB196 would gut the state's castle doctrine law by requiring a person to flee if there is an intruder in their home, it would also remove robbery and aggravated robbery from the crimes that deadly force could be used against

    HB760 would require background checks for all firearm sales at gun shows

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

    US Congress

    HB8822 would dramatically change ATF responsibilities and would eliminate many safeguards for guns owners including the destruction of records of sales

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    All the above states listed can be considered 'red' states except for NewJersey.....
     
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    Well folks the 'onslaught' has begun, expect to see hundreds and hundreds of new anti-gun bills in the coming months, we will keep you informed as quickly as possible: Here's what's new in the last week:

    AR

    SB24 would add 'stand your ground' language to current law pertaining to self-defense

    DE

    HB55 would create something called the 'gun shop project' and would create literature about suicide prevention that must be delivered to anyone buying a firearm

    FL

    H0123 is a constitutional carry bill

    H0167 would require all firearms to be locked up if minors live in the home and would add all sorts of new restrictions on gun dealers

    S0294 would require firearms in home with children under 16 be locked up when not in the direct possession of an adult

    S0330 is a universal background check bill

    S0372 would outlaw 3D printed firearms

    S0428 would require all firearms to be locked up if minors live in the home and would add all sorts of new restrictions on gun dealers

    GA

    HB52 would make those convicted of 'family violence offenses prohibited persons

    IN

    HB1034 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB1121 would prohibit the governor from restricting the sale or carry of firearms during a declared disaster

    HB1163 would require background checks at gun shows

    SB0049 would make it illegal for financial institutions to discriminate against firearm related businesses

    SB0064 would set up training requirements and law regarding employees carrying firearms in schools

    SB0171 would raise the minimum age to get a carry license to 21

    SB0199 would add 'reasonable force' (pointing a firearm at someone) to self defense law

    KY

    HB70 would allow firearms to be seized if a police officer applies to a district judge for a search order if the officer feels the person is a danger to themselves or has a mental illness

    HB70 would require firearms to be locked up if a minor lives in the home

    HB83 is a laundry list of anti gun wish lists including an 'assault weapon' ban, universal background checks and much more

    SB46 would require all firearms to be locked up id minors live in the home

    MD

    HB200 would require firearms to be locked up in homes where minors live

    SB10 would redefine and ban firearms from polling places

    SB27 would add personal defense and self protection to the reason a carry permit should be issued

    MI

    HB6517 would require anyone who owns firearms and has minors in the house to keep them locked up

    HB6518 would add 'failure to store a firearm' property to the crimes code

    MO

    HB473 would make anyone subject to a protective order a prohibited person

    HB487 would allow anyone with a ccarry permit to carry only public transportation

    HB523 would literally create a registry of firearm owners and all firearms they own

    HB634 would remove houses of worship from the list of places where carrying firearms is prohibited

    MT

    HB102 would repeal many of the place a firearm may not be carried, including colleges and trains and would add several exceptions for carrying firearms

    NH

    HB195 would exclude display of a firearm from the definition of reckless conduct

    HB196 would add trespass as an exception to the charge of criminal threatening

    NV

    SB6 would roll back many provisions of the extreme risk protection order laws including setting up time limits on the orders, mandatory return of firearms within a certain amount of time and removing the ability of family members to file for these orders

    NY

    A00412 would make it illegal for anyone under 21 to own or possess a firearm

    A00449 would require a 10 day waiting period after a background check has been completed

    A00483 would outlaw 3D printed firearms or magazines

    A00581 would require personal liability insurance to obtain a carry permit

    A00613 would prohibit the assembly of 'ghost guns' by anyone except a gunsmith and said gunsmiths must serialize and register any gun they assemble with the state

    A00812 would remove the grandfather clause that was including in the original 'high capacity' magazine ban of 2013

    A00837 would add a host of new regulations on gun dealers including keeping firearm cases locked and storing ammunition separately from firearms

    A00930 would make the state police the point of contact for firearm sales

    S00013 would basically outlaw 80% receivers in the state

    S00014 is a 'ghost gun' bill

    S00050 would require any firearm manufacturer to submit an annual report to the state about how many firearms they sold

    S00051 would add to the definition of an imitation weapon

    S00065 would allow the state to create a 'no gun' database and distribute it so ammunition dealers would have to check it before selling ammunition to a customer

    S00314 would limit the sale of 'assault weapon' ammunition to two times the magazine capacity not more then every 120 days

    S00476 would make it a crime for anyone under 21 to possess a firearm unless they have a valid hunting license

    S00733 would prohibit the advertising of firearms as 'combat weapons'

    SC

    H3491 would prohibit local governments from regulating gun discharge or brandishment of a firearm

    H3499 is an 'assault weapon' and high capacity magazine ban bill

    H3503 would remove language in current law that bans carrying firearm on college owned property

    H3506 would make it illegal for finance and government agencies to discriminate against firearm and ammunition manufacturers

    H3551 would add knives to list of items local government are prohibited from regulating

    H3570 is a new form of extreme risk protection order

    TX

    HB781 would allow school marshals to carry handguns

    HB791 would make it illegal to display a firearm while attending a public demonstration or within 500' of a demonstration

    HB799 would make it a crime to carry a firearm while 'intoxicated'

    HB821 would gut restrictions for getting a concealed carry permit

    HB825 would remove the fee for carry licenses

    HB880 would make it illegal to 'knowing making misleading statements' during the purchase of a firearm

    HB883 would make it a crime to 'knowing making misleading statements' during the purchase of a firearm

    HB915 would make firearms and accessories manufactured and kept in the state exempt from federal law

    HB918 would allow people 18-21 to get a special carry license if they are under the protection of a court order

    HB919 would prohibit local governments from assisting in enforcing federal firearm laws

    HB957 would prohibit any state or local agency from enforcing federal gun laws and would legalize suppressors within the state

    HCR16 is a resolution asking congress to pass a universal background check bill

    SB242 is a universal background check bill

    SB283 would require firearms to be surrendered after a conviction in family court

    UT

    HB0060 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB0061 would remove the requirement to have a carry license to carry during a declared state of emergency

    HB0076 would set up preemption over local governments regarding firearms

    VA

    HB1757 would cause any government, local or otherwise, that declares an area as a gun free zone to waive its sovereign immunity for any injuries sustained by person legal on that property

    HB1773 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB1793 would make anyone with a carry permit exempt from local firearm laws

    WA

    HB1026 would allow some people convicted of crimes to petition the court to have their firearm rights restored

    SB5038 would outlaw open carry of firearms at public protests and within 1,000 feet of a demonstration

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

    US Congress

    HB8929 would add all sorts of new restrictions to FBI background checks including dealers having to report to the FBI any transfer that was completed before the NICS check comes back

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    Here's last weeks newly introduced bills, they are coming in fast and furious now!

    AK

    HB11 would specify that display of a firearm for self-defense purposes is not reckless endangerment

    AR

    HB1111 would set up concealed carry reciprocity with any other state that recognizes Arkansas carry licenses

    SB59 would make all firearms, ammunition and firearm accessories made and kept within the state borders exempt for federal laws and would make an state of local government employee that assists the federal government in enforcing such laws guilty of a class A misdemeanor

    AZ

    HB2111 would invalidate any federal firearm law that violates the 2nd amendment

    SB1084 would put time limits and other restrictions on all declared state of emergencies

    CT

    HB05077 would limit the governor and local governments from regulating firearms during a declared emergency

    HB05091 would change carry law to allow for the carrying of firearms in state parks with a permit

    SB00125 would limit handgun purchases to one per month

    FL

    H0213 would strengthen preemption laws regarding the issuance of carry licenses

    H6019 would revoke carry exceptions for investigators employed by the capital collateral regional counsel

    S0498 would allow those with carry licenses to carry on house of worship property unless the house of worship prohibits it

    IN

    HB1232 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB1241 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB1289 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB1295 would basically repeal the state's power to regulate firearms on many properties

    HB1369 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB1375 would eliminate gun free zones as well as limiting the state from further restricting firearms, ammunition and accessories

    SB0285 would require firearms to be locked up in homes where children live

    SB0302 would allow state employees who have a carry permit to carry on the government center campus

    KY

    HB175 would make it illegal for financial institutions to discriminate against firearm related businesses

    MD

    HB415 would make users of medical marijuana able to purchase firearms, but federal law still would make them prohibited

    SB221 would remove requirements for orientation as a requirement to get a carry license

    SB309 would create the ability to get a preliminary approval for a carry permit before having to take the required training

    MN

    SF13 would redefine self-defense laws including removing any requirement to attempt to retreat

    MO

    HB722would make it a crime to discharge a firearm within or into the limits of any municipality

    HB737 would specify that any legal gun owner may keep their firearms in a secured fashion in their vehicle in any parking lot or area

    MS

    SB2107 is an incredibly strict firearm preemption bill

    SB2235would make any convicted of certain misdemeanors prohibited persons

    ND

    1248 would add dangerous weapons to the list of items that may not be restricted during a declared emergency

    1272 would exempt firearms made and kept within the state from federal law

    3006 is a resolution urging congress and the president to protect the 2nd amendment

    NE

    LB116 would require law enforcement to hold firearm certificates for firearm transfers for a minimum of 48 hours

    LB173 would change carry law to specify that a firearm locked and unloaded in a hard sided container can be transported to and from place where it's legal to have

    LB188 would prohibit state agencies from assisting the federal government with any federal gun law that defies the constitution

    LB223 would authorize carrying a firearm while archery hunting

    LB236 would allow counties to decide if residents need a carry permit to carry a firearm

    NH

    CACR8 would limit state firearm laws to be no more strict that federal laws and would make any federal laws that infringe on the state constitution unenforceable

    HB334 would remove the prohibitions on carrying in a trailer, snowmobile or or OHRV

    HB342 would open up more options for hunting with a lever action rifles in any area where hunting is restricted to handgun or pistol

    NY

    A01180 would require firearms to be locked up in homes where there are children

    A01267 would restrict where gun dealers can be in relation to schools and houses of worship

    A01598 would require anyone wishing to buy ammunition to produce a firearm license

    A01796 would exempt police officers and retired police officers from freedom of information laws regarding the disclosure of carry permit information

    A01815 would require all vehicles that are transporting 5 or more firearms, or ammunition to have a separate storage area secured by a lock

    A01839 would allow security guards and private investigators who have a carry permit to carry in NYC without a NYC license

    J00073 would make June 6, 2021 gun violence awareness day

    S01048 would create several new ways for government to go after firearm manufacturers for things such as false advertising or creating or creating a public nuisance

    S01192 would require all gun owners to get a firearms safety certificate

    S01235 would put a 10 day waiting period on all firearm sales

    S01236 is a one firearm a month bill

    S01370 would allow retired police officers (and only retired police officers) to apply for a carry license that is valid throughout the state

    S01401 would prohibit carrying firearms in national parks and national wildlife refuges

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    HB2399 would expand red flag protection orders

    HB2510 would require all firearms to to be locked up when not in use

    HB2543 would require a background check to be completed before a firearm could be transferred

    SB502 would allow for the transfer of firearm to a person who is a certified participant in the Address Confidentiality Program

    SB503 would set up carry license reciprocity and prohibit local government from restricting carrying with a license from another state that recognizes an Oregon carry permit

    SB554 would allow local governments, colleges and schools to restrict carrying firearms

    SB585 would repeal state preemption of firearm laws

    SB604 would create and require a license to purchase a firearm

    TN

    HB0103 would mandate firearm safety class in public and charter schools

    TX

    HB1039 would create an online database of revoked and suspended licenses to carry a firearm and would require dealers to check if a person has had their license revoked or suspended before transferring a firearm

    HB1040 would prohibit anyone seeking treatment for a chemical dependency from owning a firearm

    SB311 would make it illegal to displaying a firearm at or near a public demonstration

    SB313 would make firearm safety equipment exempt from sales and use tax

    VA

    HB1909 would allow school boards to deem any property they own as a gun free zone

    HB1992 would make anyone convicted of misdemeanor assault or battery of a family member a prohibited person

    WA

    HB1133 would require anyone that loses or has a firearm stolen to report it within 5 days

    SB5078 would outlaw magazines that hold more then 10 rounds

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