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2021-2022 Newly Proposed Firearm Legislation

Discussion in 'Legal' started by dc dalton, Dec 5, 2020.

  1. NuShootr

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    I believe that in NJ, the law to tax firearms and ammunition has already failed.

    The current concealed carry laws in NJ are completely unconstitutional. Requires that you prove "need" which, unless you are a PI or retired LEO or Military is impossible. I hope the new Conceal carry law goes through.
     
  2. dc dalton

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    Sadly I don;t think it has an ice cube's chance in hell
     
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    As much as I agree, one can only hope. What's staggering is how the SCOTUS puts us off every year. Every year it is put on the docket, and every year they put a stay on it.
     
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    Expected the second ... was tried last legislative session and died in committee. Sheesh, and our legislature's new session just started yesterday!
     
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    The fact that people think this is a good idea is mind-boggling. Firearm safety could deter accidents, and if the media didn't give every school massacre high amounts of publicity, people probably wouldn't even be proposing gun control. Seriously, name one mass shooting in the 21st century that wasn't a copycat crime, gang related, or hate crime?

    Gun control teaches children that 'guns are bad' and that they are 'only capable of killing people', and the high amount of publicity of these shootings soil the minds of the youth, thus meaning children view them as an easy way to become (in)famous without having to bust their balls over years of university and jobs.

    No coincidence that after the most unconstitutional gun laws that have passed, have made the rate of gun violence go up. Gun control is making gun violence worse, that is an indefinite fact.
     
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    FFGColorado writes:

    (regarding the Las Vegas attack)

    His motive being unknown doesn't exclude the probability that it was a "copycat", "hate", or "gang-related" crime. It just means we don't know which it was.

    Personally, I can't see anything it could have been other than one of those three.
     
  9. FFGColorado

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    Could have been...he pretty obviously hated ‘something’ but really tough to pigeonhole any of these tragic events into 3 neat categories, imho...
     
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  10. bsparker

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    I’m in VA, the northern part at that. A lot has changed in the past couple years. Especially this past year. Some I can see as good safety measures, many I’m concerned about or impacted by. I’m Hoping things don’t get too much stricter but the way Northern Virginia is going, I don’t see much hope.

    Appreciate this list being put together.
     
  11. dc dalton

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    Here's the new bills that have come in in the last week

    CA

    AB229 would prohibit private security from carrying firearms

    CT

    SB00154 would prohibit firearms in or near polling places

    DE

    HB67 is a ridiculous piece of legislation about making it a crime to buy a firearm or ammunition under false pretenses

    FL

    H0259 would allow concealed carry in houses of worship by permit holders provided the house of worship does not have a no firearm policy

    H6033 would eliminate the state's preemption over firearm laws

    S0672 would eliminate the state's preemption over firearm laws

    SB370 is an 'assault weapon' and high capacity magazine ban bill

    IA

    HF24 would create 'firearm protection orders' and would make it a crime to sell or transfer a firearm to anyone subject to such orders

    HF65 would change the state from a shall issue to a may issue state regarding carry permits

    ID

    H0001 would protect 2nd amendment rights during a declared emergency

    S1003 would protect 2nd amendment rights during a declared emergency

    IL

    HB0054 would make anyone convicted of stalking in the last 5 years a prohibited person

    HB0150 would repeal the FOID act

    IN

    HB1460 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB1485 would prohibit election polling officials from carrying firearms

    HB1544 is a constitutional carry bill

    KS

    HB2058 would recognize carry permits from all state so long as the person is not a Kansas resident

    HB2059 would recognize carry permits from all state so long as the person is not a Kansas resident ans is at least 21 years old

    MD

    HB450 would prohibit carrying firearms in or within 100 feet of polling places

    HB538 would allow a select group of people to get a concealed carry license without the 'need' clause required by average citizens

    MI

    HR0008 is a resolution urging congress to make 'domestic terrorism' a federal crime and to increase penalties for stockpiling firearms and ammunition if convicted

    SB0011 would prevent a declared emergency from shutting down county clerks issuing carry permits

    MN

    HF131 would completely overhaul self-defense laws including removing the duty to retreat

    HF94 would allow for carry permits to be renewed by mail or online

    MO

    SB117 would set up a massive amount of gun free zones

    SB15 is a universal background check bill

    SB186 would make anyone on the no-fly list or any other suspected terrorist list a prohibited person

    SB225 would allow concealed carry on public transportation

    SB39 would make all firearms manufactured and kept within the state exempt from federal law

    MS

    HB319 would allow spouses of active military stationed in the state to apply for a concealed carry license

    HB604 would change law regarding issuing licenses to carry making it more difficult to deny someone a license

    HB608 would remove stun guns from the prohibited firearms list

    HB634 would strengthen preemption of firearm laws

    HB697 would require a mental evaluation prior to being issued a license to carry

    HB735 would make it a crime to fire a firearm near any business that contains flammable or explosive products

    HB763 would add to self defense laws to protect oneself and their business from looting and rioting

    SB2321 would require all ammunition sold in the state to have a serial number

    SB2558 would make it illegal to open carry at parades or demonstrations

    SB2567 would nullify any federal firearm law that is violation of the 2nd amendment

    SB2568 would prohibit any state agency from assisting in enforcing any federal law that attempts to ban semi-auto firearms, magazines,or requires registration of any firearm or confiscation of any firearm or magazines

    MT

    HB124 would set up preemption of firearm laws as well as prohibiting local government from additional taxes on firearms

    ND

    1193 would remove the duty to retreat from self-defense law

    1293 is a constitutional carry bill that includes non-residents

    1297 would prohibit the possession of firearms at sporting events, schools, churches and publicly owned buildings and property. I does also contain an exception for churches if the person has a license and permission of the church

    1304 would remove the time restrictions for carrying an unloaded handgun

    1311 would make it illegal to possess a firearm at schools or school sponsored athletic events. It would also make it illegal to carry in publicly owned buildings or property unless the person has a carry license

    1383 would place limitations on state and local governments from assisting the federal government in enforcing firearm laws

    1450 would remove 'alcohol offenses' from the list of prohibitions for getting a carry license

    1498 would expand the ability to defend oneself outside of the home

    NE

    LB404 would make carry permits good for 10 years

    NY

    A02061 would prohibit firearms from being used as prizes in games of chance

    A02074 would require 'instruction' in all schools in 'anti-gun violence'

    A02093 would redefine the definition of an 'assault weapon'

    A02125 would add a $5 fee on all rifle and shotgun sales to be used for gun violence research

    A02126 would limit the sale of ammunition for 'assault weapons' to two times the legal capacity every 120 days

    A02170 would set up gun violence protection programs in all schools K-12

    A02175 would make it illegal to sell ammunition to someone 'not authorized' to own a firearm of that caliber

    A02176 would require all gun dealers and gunsmiths to keep all firearms locked up except when removing a single firearm to show to a customer

    A02222 would eliminate school marksmanship and shooting programs

    A02331 would prohibit anyone under 12 from entering a gun show

    A02335 would limit the 'SAFE act' to the counties of Kings, Queens, Richmond, New York and Bronx

    A02556 would require all privately built firearms to have serial numbers and to require those serial numbers to be registered with the state

    A02560 would require manufacturers who sell firearm in the state to report the amount sold on an annual basis

    A02571 would outlaw unfinished receivers

    A02637 would outlaw armor piercing ammunition

    S01419 would require all firearms sold in the state to have some form of 'child proofing mechanism'

    S01467 would create a taxpayer funded firearm violence task force

    S01602 would prohibit anyone on the no fly list from obtaining or renewing any firearm license

    S01605 would require anyone wanting to buy a firearm to a mental health evaluation and then provide the seller with an 'approval to purchase such firearm'

    S01623 would remove the recertification requirement for firearms implemented by the SAFE act

    S01708 would allow military at recruitment centers to carry their service arm

    S01719 would require all gun buy back programs to check serial numbers against the state list of stolen firearms and would prevent any found to be stolen from being destroyed

    S01725 expands the list of immediate family who firearms can be transferred to

    S02073 would prevent carry license information from being released to the public

    S02085 would remove pistol grip from the definition of an 'assault weapon'

    S02094 would give a tax credit for gun safety equipment

    S02096 would repeal parts of the 2013 SAFE act relating to firearm license, private sales and the minimum age to possess firearms

    OK

    HB1101 would remove the prohibition on carrying firearms in a vehicle if the passenger is a prohibited person

    HB1629 would outlaw any court or federal order relating to the confiscation of firearms from law abiding citizens

    SB443 would allow carrying firearms in the capitol with a carry license

    SB451 would change law regarding point a firearm at another person to include allowing it for the protection of persons or property

    SB486 would void all federal firearm laws that require surrender or the selling of firearms to the government and would prohibit any state official in assisting in such actions

    OR

    SB396 is a ghost gun bill

    TN

    SB0227 would require public schools to give firearm safety classes

    TX

    HB1069 would allow first responders to undergo training and then carry firearms while on duty

    HB1094 would allow those under the protection of a court order to carry a firearm without a license

    UT

    HB0205 is a universal background check bill

    VA

    HB2081 would prohibit firearms near polling places or anywhere the electoral board meets to certify an election

    HB2128 would make dealers wait 5 days before completing a transfer if a background check has not completed

    HB2276 would outlaw plastic firearms and unfinished frames

    HB2295 would make it illegal to carry firearms or stun weapons on or around Capitol Square

    SB1250 would require dealers to check the Central Criminal Records Exchange if a NUCS check does not come back and would add 'rent' to reasons to require a background check

    SB1430 would somehow allow the NFA process to be ignored for sales where a person has already been through the NFA process and been previously approved

    VT

    S0004 would add a 48 hour waiting period on all firearm sales

    S0030 would make hospitals, childcare facilities and public buildings gun free zones

    S0031 is a laundry list of anti-gun changes including a 72 hours waiting period, further regulating high capacity mags, a red flag law, requirement to keep firearms locked up and more

    WA

    HB1164 would outlaw magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds

    HB1229 is an 'assault weapon' ban bill

    HB1234 would prohibit firearms in state capitol buildings and grounds and in buildings used by local governments for meetings

    HB1320 would create extreme risk protection orders

    SB5217 is an 'assault weapon' ban bill

    SB5297 would create extreme risk protection orders

    WY

    SF0067 would allow the carrying of firearms in 'gun free zones' if the person has a carry license. It would also redefine state preemption of firearm laws

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

    US Congress

    HB30 would add multiple new restrictions on the sale of firearms most importantly the sale of firearms across state lines

    HB38 is a national reciprocity bill

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
  12. Twiki357

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    That California bill [AB229 would prohibit private security from carrying firearms] could be interesting depending on what is in it. Just think of all the celebrities that would end up with unarmed security.
     
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  13. dc dalton

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    Sorry hadn't had enough coffee when I posted this, it was from last year
     
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    Here's the new bills from the past week

    AR

    SB161 would allow public schools to offer hunter safety classes

    SB171 would waive the fee for a carry license for active duty military

    AZ

    HB2448 would create a three days waiting period on all firearm sales

    HB2451 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HB2452 would outlaw trigger cranks and bump fire stocks and any other device that accelerates the firing rate of a firearm

    HB2551 would limit restrictions on where a person can carry a firearm if they have a carry permit

    HB2581 would enact a massive amount of new restrictions on firearm dealers

    HB2582 would require gun owners to keep all firearms and ammunition locked up at all times when not in use

    HB2583 would make anyone convicted of domestic violence a prohibited person

    HB2646 would make anyone convicted of domestic violence a prohibited person

    SB1285 would add a 3 day mandatory waiting period on all firearm sales

    SB1328 would set up protections and recourse against unconstitutional federal firearm laws

    SB1361 would waive the fee for concealed carry permits for military that have lived in the state for one year

    SB1382 would make businesses that sell firearms or ammunition 'essential businesses'

    CA

    AB311 would ban the sale of unfinished frames and receivers at gun shows

    CT

    HB05433 would take money from the citizens election fund and redirect it to create a gun trafficking task force

    HB05448 would allow people with carry permits to carry in state forests

    HB05501 would allow off duty officers to carry firearms on school grounds

    HB05502 would allow armed school resource officers

    HB05531 would impose a 2 cent per round tax on all ammunition except 22s

    SB00219 would expand the list of people that could file extreme risk protection orders to include just about anyone a person might come in contact with

    SB00341 would divert money from the Citizen's Election Program Grants to a firearm trafficking taskforce

    HI

    HB251 would outlaw 50 cal firearms

    HB355 would completely overhaul law pertaining to issuing carry permits making the state a shall issue state

    HB534 would remove the duty to retreat from self-defense law

    HB629 would repeal the restriction on stun guns for law enforcement and officers of the attorney general's office

    HB710 would expand the definition of nationals of the United States in regards to issuing carry permits

    HB711 would expand self-defense laws

    HB783 would require anyone handling an estate to report all firearms to the local police before settling the estate

    HB785 would make it illegal to possess a firearm with a blood alcohol level of .08 or more

    HB84would specify that a person has no duty to retreat before using force to defend themselves

    SB146 would require an estate to notify police if there are firearms in the estate and then have them checked to make sure they are 'registered' and disposed of properly

    SB198 would raise the age of a 'minor' in households where firearms must be stored securely from 16 to 18

    SB286 would require any agency issuing firearm permits to do any extra background check with the FBI terrorist screening center

    SB295 would make it a crime to have a firearm with a blood alcohol level of .08

    SB301 is an 'assault weapon' ban bill

    SB305 would limit loans of firearms to 12 hours and the person borrowing the firearm is required to have a license

    SB307 would outlaw 50 cal firearms

    SB46 would set up 'voluntary buyback locations' for firearms

    SB523 would limit ammunition purchases to only the registered gun a person owns

    IA

    HF119 would impose civil liability on parents if a minor causes injury with their firearm

    HF126 would outlaw carrying firearm in the capitol or on capitol grounds

    HF127 would outlaw mutiburst trigger activators

    HF128 is a universal background check bill

    HF129 would outlaw magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds

    HF131 is an 'assault weapon' ban bill

    HF155 would eliminate the permit to purchase a pistol or receiver

    HF214 would require a permit to purchase a firearm for all firearms by removing the exceptions

    HSB116 would prevent nuisance lawsuits against firearm and ammunition manufacturers as well as for the unlawful use of a firearm or ammunition

    ID

    H0016 would further limit the governor's power to restrict firearms during a state of emergency

    IL

    HB0238 would add a 1% tax on all ammunition and firearms to be deposited into the trauma response fund

    KS

    HB2089 would authorize the attorney general to issue licenses to carry firearm during a state of emergency

    HB2095 would make anyone subject to a temporary custody order a prohibited person

    MD

    HB543 would allow persons using medical marijuana to purchase firearms

    HB638 would regulate unfinished frames or receivers

    SB479 would require all firearms and ammunition to be locked up if there is a minor 16 years old or younger in the home

    MN

    HF210 would allow carry permit applications to be sent by mail or FAX during an emergency

    HF212 is a constitutional carry bill

    SF245 would make firearms, except handguns, tax free for the 7 days leading up to hunting season

    SF275 is a constitutional carry bill

    MS

    HB1041 would make federal executive orders related to firearms unenforceable in the state

    HB1131 would allow non-violent felons to possess firearms in their home and cars

    HB864 would allow carrying a firearm without a permit during emergency evacuations

    HB926 would allow non-violent felons to possess firearms in their homes and cars

    HC23 would declare the state a 'sanctuary state' in regards to federal firearm laws

    ND

    2344 would prohibit closing down firearm related businesses and shooting ranges during a declared disaster

    NM

    HB166 would make it illegal to manufacture a firearm unless you are a licensed FFL. It would also make it a crime to use a 3D printer to create a firearm or to distribute plans to make a 3D firearm

    NY

    A02666 would outlaw the sale of unfinished receivers

    J00284 would proclaim Feb 1-8 2021 as gun violence survivors week

    S02154 would prohibit credit card companies from prohibiting their customers from using their cards to purchase firearms and ammunition

    S02299 would require five public hearings to be held before any firearm related legislation can be voted on

    S02647 would allow 'peace officers' to possess, carry, repair or dispose of firearms with any for of license

    OK

    HB1662 would make it harder to prosecute people who legally use force to defend themselves

    HB1822 would make it illegal to carry firearm at most protests

    HB1897 would give local governments the ability to allow employees to carry firearms at work for personal protection

    HB2333 would prohibit business owners from stopping their employees from storing firearms in their vehicle in the business parking lot

    HB2401 would change law regarding prohibited persons to make only violent felons prohibited and would reduce the time before a person has their rights restored

    HB2645 would set up further restrictions for carrying firearms

    SB631 would declare the state a 2nd amendment sanctuary state in regards to federal laws

    SB644 would allow municipal governments to allow employees to carry firearms for self protection while at work

    SB645 would allow municipal governments to allow employees to carry firearms for self protection while at work

    SB646 would expand the prohibition on carrying firearms in bars

    SB672 would roll back prohibitions on carrying firearms in vehicles

    SB730 would prohibit employers from preventing employees from storing firearms in their vehicles on the business property

    SB732 would strengthen state preemption of firearm and ammunition laws

    SB733 would roll back the state's campus carry law

    SB763 would allow medical first responders and firefighters who have a carry permit to carry while at work

    SB767 would allow school boards to authorize employees to carry firearms with certain training and licensing

    SB925 would allow for the 'pointing' of firearms when acting in self defense

    SB926 would add air powered firearms to the list of items preempted by state government

    SJR21 is a constitutional referendum that would strengthen the rights to keep and bear arms

    OR

    HB3005 would repeal all laws related to the preemption of firearms by the state

    PA

    HB235 is a universal background check bill

    SB48 would eliminate the requirement for a license to carry when open carrying during a declared state of emergency

    SB88 is a universal background check bill

    SD

    HB1075 would limit any federal 'extreme risk protection order' within the state and would prevent any state or local official from assisting in federal government in enforcing one

    TN

    SB0318 is a stand along bill (with the constitutional carry bill) that would non-prohibited non-residents to carry in the state

    TX

    HB1238 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB1253 would create county task forces to seize firearms from people under certain court orders

    UT

    HB0216 would remove safety classes for some carry permits and would allow for carrying on school property under certain circustances

    HB0227 would provide civil immunity for threatening force in a self defense situtation

    VA

    HB2319 would require anyone who lives or travels with a prohibited person to keep all firearms and ammunition locked up and all firearms unloaded

    SB1466 would specify that local firearm ordinances do not apply to anyone who holds a valid concealed carry permit

    VT

    H0110 would enact a mandatory 48 hour waiting period on all firearm transfers

    H0133 would require anyone under a red flag order to immediately relinquish thair firearms

    WA

    HB1313 would gut state preemption of local governments from enacting firearm laws

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

    US Congress

    HB95 would remove suppressors from the NFA and require ATF to destroy the records of registered suppressors

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    Here's the latest batch of bills introduced during the past week

    AL

    HB157 would nullify any federal laws regulating firearms within the state that are unconstitutional

    HB267 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HB268 would create ex parte gun violence protective orders and one-year gun violence protective orders

    SB157 would prohibit state and local agencies from assisting in enforcing any executive order regarding firearms

    AR

    HB1386 would void any new federal firearm laws for firearm made and kept within the state

    AZ

    SB1535 would require firearms be locked up if minor children live in the home

    SB1658 would prohibit any retroactive firearm, or firearm equipment tax or laws

    SB1718 is a universal background check bill

    SB1777 would create extreme risk protection orders

    SB1785 would prohibit condominium and landlords from prohibited carrying and ownership of firearms

    CA

    SB264 would prohibit the sale of firearms by state employees on government property

    CT

    HB05752 would create the 'Firearms Trafficking Task Force' by using money from the Citizens' Election Program Grants

    HB06033 would prohibit purchase, transfer or possession and use of a firearm by anyone convicted of stalking, threatening or harassing behaviors

    HB06036 would create an online firearm self-restriction registry

    HB06256 would allow for the transfer of 'assault weapons' and 'high capacity' magazines through a gun dealer between two people who have certificates of possession

    SB00730 would permit carrying handguns in state parks and forests for personal protection

    DC

    B24-0057 would create extreme risk protection orders

    PR24-0067 would outlaw 'ghost' guns

    DE

    SCR8 would declare gun violence as a public health crisis

    FL

    H0455 would create the 'Urban Core Gun Violence Task Force'

    H0555 would require firearm dealers, importers and manufacturers to lock up firearms

    H0653 is an 'assault weapon' and high capacity magazine ban bill

    S0836 would create the 'Urban Core Gun Violence Task Force'

    S0966 would require gun dealers to secure all firearms when the business is closed

    GA

    HB110 is a strange type of constitutional carry bill

    HB218 would expand reciprocity for carry license to all states

    HI

    HB1366 would outlaw 3D printed guns and gun parts

    HB854 is a knee jerk reaction to supposed threats against government to secure the state capitol

    IA

    HF226 would set up a route for firearm restoration rights for non-violent felons

    HF252 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HF253 would outlaw 3D printed firearms and parts

    HF343 would allow carrying firearm with a permit on some school grounds

    IL

    HB0432 would repeal the FOID act

    HB0438 would add a 1% tax on all ammunition

    KS

    HB2140 would prohibit carrying concealed handguns in the state capitol

    MD

    HB773 would require the Handgun Roster Board to study 'firearm telematics' which is embedding an electronic device into firearms supposedly to track them when stolen (can you imagine the other uses for this)

    HB845 would add personal protection and self-defense to reason why a carry permit should be issued

    SB560 would increase penalties for the theft of a handgun

    SB624 would add unfinished frames and receivers to the definition of a firearm

    MI

    HB4010 would increase penalties for carrying a concealed handgun in certain palces

    HB4013 would allow county clerks to issue carry permits during a declared disaster

    HB4023 would make all buildings controlled or leased by the state gun free zones

    HB4023 would make all buildings controlled or leased by the state gun free zones

    HB4030 would drop the cost of a carry license to $40

    SB0034 would prohibit firearms in the state capitol

    SB0035 would prohibit firearms in the state capitol

    MN

    HF346 would increase the penalty for straw purchases

    HF392 would make carry permits good for a person's lifetime

    HF432 is an anti red flag law bill prohibiting enforcement of state or federal red flag laws

    HF435 would make users of medical marijuana able to own firearms even though federal law still prohibits it

    HF437 would make any business owner that prohibits carrying firearm on their property responsible if a person suffers a loss by not having the firearm.

    HF459 would allow school employees to carry while at work after being trained

    HF513 is a constitutional carry bill

    HF577 is a constitutional carry bill

    HF579 would expand self-defense laws and clarify there is no duty to retreat

    SF412 would provide grants to schools to teach firearm and hunter safety classes

    SF442 would expand self-defense laws and clarify there is no duty to retreat

    MO

    HB1021 would require gun owners to report lost of stolen firearms within 72 hours of discovering it

    HB1026 would allow local governments to further restrict carrying firearm

    HB1027 would allow felons that have completed all terms of their sentence to possess firearms

    HB880 would drop the legal age to get a concealed carry permit to 18

    HB895 would provide for those who have completed their sentence for a non-violent felony conviction to have their firearm rights restored

    HB945 would make any new federal taxes on firearms or ammunition tax deductible

    MS

    HB569 would allow local governments to regulate concealed carry of firearms

    MT

    HB258 would nullify any federal firearm law that is unconstitutional including firearm and magazine bans

    NC

    H47 would allow legislators to carry in the general assembly

    S43 would allow concealed carry in school buildings that a place of religious worship

    NH

    HB307 would set up state preemption of firearm laws by local governments

    NM

    SB224 would require all firearms to be locked up when not in use if there are minors in the home

    NV

    AB78 would allow person to person firearm sales without a background check if both parties have a carry license

    AB80 would allow concealed handguns in vehicle in parking lots of schools, either on ones person or locked up

    NY

    A03538 would allow people to carry handguns if they have a permit to possess

    A03808 would create a new section of law making it illegal to promote or sell a firearm on public property

    A03829 would require anyone wishing to own a firearm to submit to a mental health evaluation and to provide a certificate to the seller of the firearm

    A03841 would prohibit anyone on the terrorist no-fly zone from obtaining or renewing a license to carry, posses, repair and dispose of firearms

    A03880 would require all firearms to be locked up when not in use

    A03926 would make prohibited people turn over antique and black powder and muzzle loading firearms

    A04029 would make gun dealers and manufacturers civilly liable for crimes committed using large capacity magazines

    A04051 would allow firearms to be passed to an immediate family member through their estate

    S02844 would set up a background check system within the state police instead of using NICS

    S02892 would outlaw 50 cal center fire rifles

    S02949 would set up a firearm violence research institute

    S02981 would set up a firearm violence research institute

    S03018 would add more requirements to buy a firearm including passing a drug test and a mental health evaluation

    S03196 would remove suppressors from this list of prohibited items

    S03206 would allow people that have permits to possess a firearm to carry firearms

    S03246 would put a limit on rifle and shotgun sales to one per 90 day period

    S03347 would allow people to sue someone who loaned a firearm to someone else and that person injured someone with the firearm

    S03545 would make it illegal for prohibited persons to buy ammunition

    S03610 would allow recruiters to carry their personal firearms at recruiting stations

    S03614 would prohibit any literature about the dangers of firearms from being distributed when firearms are sold

    S03624 would require any agency that issues firearm permits to act within 14 days for anyone applying and is under the protection of a court order

    S03627 would require a written disposition for firearm licenses to be made within 180 days and if not refund the fees

    S03636 would limit the safe act to the 5 counties of NYC

    S03651 would remove language that prohibits rifles and shotguns on college and university campuses

    S03658 would prohibit banning legally carried firearms in rest stops, parking areas and scenic overlooks

    S03718 would remove the duty to retreat from self-defense laws and would provide civil liability

    S04103 would repeal several sections of the SAFE act

    S04116 would require all semi-auto handguns to be capable of micro-stamping

    PA

    HB234 would create a duplicate section of law that isn't enforced now

    HB237 would require anyone living with a prohibited person to keep all firearms and ammunition locked

    HB271 would ban 3D printed firearms and firearm parts

    HB280 would get rid of the PICS system and replace it by using the federal NICS system

    HB338 would make it a felony to make a false statement when filling out the forms to either buy a gun or apply for a concealed carry license

    SB134 would create extreme risk protection orders

    RI

    S0129 would add more restrictions to getting a carry license

    SC

    H3741 would make any local elected official that votes for a firearm law that is preempted by state law guilty of a felony

    SD

    HB1212 would strengthen self-defense laws and would clarify there is no duty to retreat

    SB111 would drop the price of carry permits

    SB129 would prohibit any infringement of the 2nd amendment

    TN

    HB0446 would prohibit state or local resources resources from being used to enforce federal firearm laws

    TX

    HB1378 would roll back regulations for restaurant owners in regards to firearms and businesses that derive 51% or more of their income from alcohol sales

    HB1387 would reduce storage restrictions on firearms in certain foster homes

    HB1407 would clarify that having a firearm in a holster in a motor vehicle is not a crime so long as the owner is in the vehicle and has a carry permit

    SB499 would prohibit any local or state employee from assisting in the enforcement of unconstitutional federal firearm laws

    SB513 would prohibit any local or state employee from assisting in enforcing any federal firearm law

    SB514 would allow for carrying firearm on school property with a carry license

    SB540 would severely restrict carrying handguns

    SB541 would prohibit state and local governments from assisting in the enforcement of federal firearm laws

    SB542 would make firearms and parts made an kept within the state exempt from federal laws with very minor exceptions

    SB543 would make suppressors and suppressor parts made and kept within the state exempt from federal law

    SB545 would allow those under the protection of a court order to carry firearms without a license

    SB546 would make it illegal to carry firearms at polling places

    SB547 would edit the section of law regarding the governors power during an emergency to the ability to control firearms and ammunition

    SB548 would prohibit extreme risk protection orders in the state

    SB554 would require the reporting of lost or stolen firearms

    SB555 would make anyone convicted of a 'hate crime' a prohibited person

    SCR8 is a resolution declaring gun violence a public health crisis

    UT

    HB0258 would create firearm safety classes in schools

    WA

    HB1481 would allow school employees that have a carry license to carry at work

    SJR8205 is a state constitutional amendment to enshrine the right to posses firearms and magazines

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

    US Congress

    HB121 would allow ATF to hire an additional 200 agents to 'enforce gun laws'

    HB125 would require a 7 day waiting period before the transfer of a semi-auto firearm, a 'silencer', armor piercing ammunition or 'large capacity' magazines ... BTW, do these idiots know it takes almost a year to get a suppressor?

    HB127 would require a license to own a firearm and registration of all firearms

    HB130 would require all firearms to be locked up in homes where anyone under 18 lives

    HB135 would require ATF to submit a report every 6 months to the judiciary committee listing any firearm background checks that couldn't be completed in 3 business days and how many of them were then found to be prohibited persons

    HB137 would spend 5 hundred million dollars a year for supposed mental health initiatives that also include reporting mental health information on people that may have issues to NICS

    HB167 would prohibit the transfer of firearms at gun shows from or to anyone besides a licensed dealer

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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  17. dc dalton

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    Here's the latest introduced bills from around the country and Congress

    AL

    HB337 would prohibit state or local officials to assist the federal government in enforcing federal firearm laws and would penalize any official or agency that assists in enforcing them

    HB349 would prohibit state or local officials to assist the federal government in enforcing federal firearm laws

    HB354 would make it illegal to discharge a firearm on school property

    HB373 would prohibit any state or local agency to assist in enforcing unconstitutional federal gun laws

    HB400 would propose a constitutional amendment prohibiting state and local agencies from assisting the federal government to enforce federal firearm laws

    HB405 is a constitutional carry bill

    AR

    HB1390 would invalidate any federal firearm laws that are in violation of the 2nd amendment within the state

    HB1435 would make all unconstitutional federal gun laws null and void within the state

    HB1486 would repeal the right to carry and store a firearm in the parking lot of your employer

    SB297 would restore firearm rights for non-violent felons after 10 years

    SB298 would make all unconstitutional federal gun laws null and void within the state

    AZ

    HB2827 would prohibit discrimination against firearm related businesses by financial institutions and governments

    HB2840 would allow loaded firearms in vehicles on school grounds as long as they aren't visible

    CA

    SB320 would make anyone convicted of domestic violence a prohibited person

    FL

    H0709 would make anyone convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence a prohibited person

    H0877 would allow first responders that have carry licenses to carry while at work

    H6063 would gut self-defense laws and put in place the duty to retreat

    S1052 would require a person to retreat where possible before defending themselves

    S1170 would require background checks for ammunition sales

    S1172 would expand exemptions under the freedom of information acts to prohibit publicly exposing ammunition buyers information (this bill goes along with the new ammunition background check bill)

    GA

    HB281 would require renewal reminders be sent for carry licenses

    HB296 would require firearms safety training to get a carry license

    HB309 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HB310 would require all firearms sold at gun shows to go through a background check

    SB135 would repeal current law that states there is no duty to retreat before defending yourself

    SB146 would require firearms be locked up in homes where children are present

    SB179 is a universal background check bill

    HI

    HB891 would set entirely new sections of law to regulate electric guns

    IA

    HF408 would allow the state to approve handgun training persons besides the NRA

    HSB196 would make it illegal to carry a firearm while on an electric scooter

    SF344 would prohibit frivolous lawsuits against firearm and ammunition manufacturers

    ID

    H0122 would allow school employees with enhanced carry licenses to carry at work

    S1054 would further restrict the governor from regulating firearms during a declared state of emergency

    IL

    HB0602 would add processing fees to firearm owner ids

    HB0637 would drop the age to get a FOID card with parental consent

    HB0717 would allocate taxpayer money for a firearm violence study

    HB0781 would prohibit local governments from adding taxes to firearms and accessories

    HB0782 would exempt people with carry licenses from the 72 hour waiting period to purchase a handgun

    HB0786 would allow local governments to create their own firearm laws

    HB0787 would allow concealed carry on public transportation

    HB1756 would prohibit landlords from banning firearms from rental units

    HB1758 would allow concealed carry by school employees after being trained

    HB1770 would repeal the FOID act

    KS

    SB156 would prohibit carrying firearms in the state capitol

    SB169 would prohibit concealed carry in the state capitol

    SB190 would set up the restoration of firearm rights after an expungement of certain convictions

    SB192 would make anyone convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence a prohibited person

    KY

    HB361 would invalidate unconstitutional federal firearm laws in the state

    HB390 would allow those that accept a pretrial diversion to posses firearms in certain instances

    HB445 would prohibit any state or local government agency to assist the federal government in enforcing unconstitutional federal firearm laws

    HB463 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HB502 would require state issued licenses to own 'assault weapons' and large capacity magazines

    SB254 would prohibiting state and local officials from assisting the federal government in enforcing federal firearm laws

    MA

    H43 would require the state public pension fund to divest itself from any investment in firearm or ammunition companies

    MD

    HB1186 would put a commission together to study firearm crimes and injuries through 2022

    HB1291 would make it a crime for anyone but a licensed dealer to assemble a firearm from an unfinished receiver

    MN

    HF694 would allow for the refusal of issuing firearm permits for a variety of reasons

    HF824 is a constitutional amendment strengthening the right to keep and bear arms

    HF830 would make non-toxic ammunition tax exempt

    SF1026 is a constitutional amendment to protect the right to keep and bear arms

    SF591 would allocate funds to schools to teach firearm safety, trap shooting, archery, hunting and fishing activities

    SF664 is a constitutional carry bill

    SF727 would strengthen self-defense law and clarify there is no duty to retreat

    SF894 would allow a sheriff to deny a permit if the sheriff thinks the person is a danger to themselves or others

    MO

    HB1052 would require any business that sells ammunition to be registered with the state

    HB1068 would preempt any laws that would hinder the operations of a firearm business

    HB1107 is a universal background check bill

    HB1134 would outlaw magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds

    SB492 would prohibit public entities to enter into a contract with any business that discriminates against firearm related businesses

    NC

    H49 would extend the grace period for renewing a carry permit without having to re-take a safety course

    NH

    SB141 would remove the state police gun line and move the state to using NICS for background checks

    NM

    HB279 would remove the ability of the governor to restrict firearms during a declared state of emergency and would protect firearm related businesses for being shut down

    NY

    A04790 would allow people from other states to carry concealed firearms with a permit and identification

    A04928 would require gun dealers to report all failed background checks directly to the state police

    A04937 would require police to take mandatory training in the use of force before carrying a firearm

    A05145 would make people on the federal no-fly list and terrorist watch list prohibited persons

    A05229 would prohibit the department of transportation to prohibit carrying of firearms with a permit in rest areas, parking areas and scenic overlooks

    A05269 would strengthen self-defense laws and remove the duty to retreat

    A05298 would require that a hearing be held before a carry license is suspended

    K00051 would proclaim Feb. 1-8 as gun violence survivors week

    OH

    HB38 would limit the locations where a person has no duty to retreat

    HB89 would reintroduce the duty to inform law

    HR12 is a resolution declaring the state as a second amendment protective state

    OK

    SCR5 is a resolution urging middle and high schools to incorporate Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation-approved hunter education course into their curriculum

    PA

    HB361 would repeal current law that prohibits local government from enacting firearm laws

    HB364 would require state and local law enforcement to destroy confiscate and recovered firearms

    HB393 would restrict internet ammunition sales and sales from licensed vendors

    HB413 would limit handgun purchases to one per month

    HB414 is a ghost gun bill

    HB451 would require 6 hours training to get a license to carry firearms

    HR44 is a resolution recognizing gun violence as a public health crisis

    SB217 would require lost or stolen firearms to be reported to police within 24 hours of discovering it

    SB219 would make gun dealers criminally liable for any crime the firearm was used in

    SB226 would require training to get a license to carry

    RI

    H5381 would allow the release of medical records to firearm sellers by a consent form included in the application

    H5386 would require an application for a handgun purchase to specify the number of handguns they intend to buy on the application

    H5553 would require all firearm not in a person;s immediate control to be locked up at all times

    H5554 would outlaw the sale of magazines that hold more than 10 rounds

    H5556 is an 'assault weapon' ban bill

    H5557 would regulate stun guns and require a license to carry one

    H5558 would set up carry license reciprocity with other states

    S0176 would require a carry license to carry a tazer

    S0191 would make businesses that prohibit concealed carry civilly liable if someone gets hurt

    TN

    HB0761 would make gun safes and safety devices tax exempt

    HB0786 would legalize open carry for non-prohibited persons

    HB0899 would create an actual penalty, and fine, for infringing on someone's gun rights

    HB1161 is a universal background check bill

    HB1171 would extend the term an emergency temporary carry license if good for

    HB1234 would encourage firearm, ammunition and firearm component companies to relocate to the state

    HB1273 would criminalize storing firearms in vehicles and boats unless the firearm is locked up and out of sight

    HB1292 would create extreme risk protection orders

    SB0412 would create extreme risk protection orders

    SB0551 would make gun safes and safety devices tax exempt

    SB0557 would prohibit the use of public funds to enforce unconstitutional federal firearm laws

    SB0765 is a constitutional carry bill

    SB0939 would create extreme risk protection orders

    SB1041 is a universal background check bill

    SB1142 would extend the term an emergency temporary carry license if good for

    SB1239 would encourage firearm, ammunition and firearm component companies to relocate to the state

    SB1293 would make gun safes and firearm safety devices tax exempt

    SB1333 would make it a crime for any state or local official to infringe on anyone's firearm rights under both the state constitution and the 2nd amendment

    SB1517 would make gun safes tax exempt

    TX

    HB1548 would provide civil liability relief for businesses that allow concealed carry on their premises

    HB1587 would outlaw open carry of a handgun

    HB1690 would remove the ability to regulate firearms by the governor during a declared emergency

    HB1765 would require all firearm sales at gun shows to go through a background check

    HB1767 would change law regarding carrying handguns on government property to require that property to be occupied by a government agency

    HB1768 would make it a crime to carry on any school property and at any amusement park

    HB1769 would make it a crime to carry a firearm on college campuses

    HB1770 would allow municipal governments with populations of 750,000 or more to restrict open carrying firearms

    HB1771 would outlaw 3D printed firearms and parts

    HB1772 would outlaw procedures required to post businesses that prohibit carrying firearms

    HB1856 would prevent hotels and motels from prohibiting legally carry firearms by guests

    HB1857 would allow prohibiting carrying firearms on the premises or property of certain recreational facilities.

    SB637 would prohibit hotels and motels from prohibiting the legal carrying of firearms

    VA

    HB1909 would establish gun free zones on all property owned or operated by schools

    HB2081 would make it illegal to carry a firearm in or within 40 feet of a polling place

    HB2128 would increase the time a dealer must wait before transferring a firearm without a completed background check to 5 days

    HB2276 is a ghost gun bill

    HB2295 would make it illegal to carry a firearm within Capitol Square, the surrounding area and state owned buildings

    HB2319 would require anyone that lives with a prohibited person to keep firearms and ammunition locked up

    VT

    H0254 would strengthen state preemption by including knives

    WA

    HB1283 would make open carry a crime

    WV

    HB2017 would rewrite much of the criminal code related to firearms included legalizing the ownership of machines guns without NFA registry

    HB2042 would exempt small arms and ammunition from sales and use taxes

    HB2159 would nullify unconstitutional federal firearm laws within the state

    HB2175 would remove the requirement to have a carry permit to carry in a motor vehicle on school property for those over 21

    HB2197 would make any firearm made and kept within the state exempt from federal law

    HB2216 would make all future federal firearm laws void in the state and would require the attorney general to defend anyone charged with violations of them

    HB2259 would create a cause of action for anyone injured in a gun free zone

    HB2275 would eliminate the restriction on carrying firearms on the state capitol complex grounds

    SB111 would exempt gun safes and safety devices from sales tax

    SB268 would make it illegal for any financial institution or government entity to discriminate against firearm manufacturers

    SB8 would create a castle doctrine regarding self-defense law

    SJR1 would create strict preemption of firearm rights from local governing bodies

    WY

    HB0117 would strengthen preemption and repeal gun free zones

    HB0124 would invalidate unconstitutional federal firearm laws

    SF0081 would invalidate unconstitutional firearm laws within the state

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

    US Congress

    HB225 would clarify that ammunition and magazines may be transported from a place where they are legal to another place where they are legal just as firearms are

    HB355 would require NICS to alert ICE and state and local law enforcement when an illegal alien attempts to buy a firearm

    SB45 would create grants to improve school safety but specifies no money can be used for firearm training

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
  18. dc dalton

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    Here's the newest introduced over the past week from around the country and DC. Pay close attention to US SB183 .... it's their plan to disarm you by classifying YOU as a terrorist

    AK

    HJR4 is a resolution urging congress to pass the national reciprocity bill

    HJR5 is a resolution urging congress to drop the age to buy a handgun to 18

    AL

    SB253 would prevent the enforcement of unconstitutional firearm laws and would propose a constitutional amendment prohibiting the enforcement of them

    AR

    HB1526 removes the duty to retreat before using physical or deadly force

    SB342 would allow those that have been treated for a mental illness to apply possess firearms and apply for a concealed carry license 5 years after completing treatment

    SB357 would repeal section 5-73-127 of law which is a list of places where carrying a firearm is prohibited

    CA

    AB1223 would add an excise tax to handgun, semi-auto shotguns and ammunition

    AB1237 would provide for more ways for the state gun violence research project to get more personal data on offenders

    AB1478 would require firearms to have multiple etchings of their serial number on different parts of the firearm if they are to be sold in the state

    AB1509 would remove enhanced sentences for crimes involving a firearm

    CO

    HB1038 would allow those with carry permits to carry on school ground

    HB1070 would repeal the large capacity magazine ban

    HB1082 would allow a person to buy a gun without going through background check if they have a carry license

    HB1098 would allow anyone under an extreme risk protection order that is harmed by not being able to defend themselves with a firearm the ability to sue

    HB1106 would require firearms to be locked up

    SB078 is a lost or stolen firearm bill

    DC

    B24-0082 would create an extreme risk protection order working group

    PR24-0094 would create an extreme risk protection order working group

    FL

    H1015 would require anyone defending themselves to retreat where possible

    H1205 would nullify unconstitutional federal firearm laws

    H1301 is a resolution stating that the state legislature will fight any unconstitutional firearm law

    H1343 would require that there be no disruption of the online application for concealed carry permits

    S1464 is an assault weapon / large capacity magazine ban

    S1580 would require the state to keep fingerprints submitted for carry licenses indefinitely and would require retraining each time a license needs to be renewed

    S1630 is a resolution declaring the president's new gun control ideas to be unconstitutional and promises to fight them

    GA

    HB505 would rewrite self defense laws and would include a required duty to retreat

    HB640 has various pro-gun sections such as allowing carrying in houses of worship, prohibit any databases of firearm owners, make business owners that allow concealed carry on their property immune from civil liability and much more

    SB214 would prohibit restrictions on firearms, ammunition and related businesses during a declared emergency

    SB229 would further ban handguns on property owned or leased by schools

    SB244 would make anyone convicted of a misdemeanor crime of 'family violence' a prohibited person

    SB245 would prohibit public officers from enforcing unconstitutional federal firearm laws

    SB254 would remove the duty to retreat before using force but specifically state a person can be held civilly liable

    SB259 would prohibit local governments from regulating the discharge of firearms on property that is more than 10 acres and would require local governments to auction off seized firearms at least once per year

    SB268 would invalidate any federal firearm laws that are unconstitutional

    IA

    HF518 would nullify unconstitutional federal firearm laws in the state

    HF621 would protect firearm, ammunition and firearm accessory manufacturers from lawsuits when a firearm has been used in a criminal manner

    HSB254 would allow a concealed carry license to be used when buying a firearm and would prohibit landlords from restricting firearm ownership

    ID

    S1135 would set up provisions for school employees to carry firearms

    S1136 would further restrict the governor from regulating firearms and manufacturing during a state of emergency

    IL

    HB1865 would repeal the FIOD act

    HB1885 would waive the waiting period to buy a gun if the person has a carry license

    HB1886 would cut the carry license fee to $75

    HB1891 would allow suppressors for hunting

    HB1892 would repeal the FOID act

    HB1948 would require FOID cards to be approved within 30 days

    HB2490 would repeal the FOID act

    HB2532 would make firearm licenses and carry licenses good for a person's lifetime

    HB2535 would set up non-resident carry licenses

    HB2541 would remove the requirement to notify someone of a court order against them and allow them to defend themselves before seizing their firearms

    HB2627 would drop the fee for a carry license to $75

    HB2740 would require firearms and 'destructive' devices to bear warning labels

    HB2768 would redirect one million dollars to a study on gun violence

    HB2858 would drop the age to get a FOID card to 18 with parental consent

    HB2882 would repeal the state carry license and make the FOID card a license to carry

    HB2883 would repeal the prohibition on carrying on college campuses

    HB2885 would create non-resident carry licenses

    HB2886 would repeal the state dealer license certification process

    HB3044 would drop the concealed carry license fee to $75

    HB3088 would require all ammunition sold in the state to have serial numbers

    HB3143 would add additional taxes to firearms and ammunition

    HB3144 is a lost or stolen bill

    HB3222 is an assault weapon ban that would require anyone owning one at the time of the ban to register them with the state

    HB3245 makes massive changes to firearm laws regarding the FOID act but also contains universal background check language

    HB3298 would exempt unloaded long guns from laws regarding carrying a firearm in a vehicle

    HB3316 would change the rules for non-resident carry permits to require the state the person is from to require training and a background check

    HB3350 would repeal the FOID act

    HB3352 would drop the age to get a FOID card to 18

    HB3364 would repeal the FOID act

    HB3382 would drop the offense to a 'petty crime' for actions that would not be illegal if the person had a FOID card

    HB3562 would change unlawful possession law to include all firearms, not just handguns

    HB3632 would require a concealed carry license to carry a taser

    HB3761 would make FOID cards good for life

    HB3779 would require all firearms to be microstamped starting 2022

    HB3789 would require all handguns to be registered with the state

    HB3904 would remove tasers from the definition of firearms

    HB3907 would drop the concealed carry license fee to $75

    HB3931 would create electronic FOID cards

    HB3937 would prohibit a state firearm registry

    HB3943 would outlaw 50 BMG ammunition and any magazine that can hold 30 rounds or more

    HJRCA0008 is a resolution to amend the state constitution to to add the 'right to carry arms'

    HJRCA0018 is a resolution to amend the state constitution to replace 'bear arms' with 'carry firearms'

    SB0489 would allow firearm safety classes for grades 9-12

    SB0609 would require 'imitation firearms' be sold behind the counter in an 'age appropriate' area

    KS

    HB2410 would create gun violence restraining orders

    KY

    HB526 would prohibit any executive order regarding regulating firearms

    HB549 would prohibit further regulation of firearms, ammunition and reloading equipment during an emergency

    HB585 would prohibit the enforcement of federal firearm laws created after Jan 1, 2021 and includes penalties for enforcing them

    SCR116 would create a juvenile handgun violence prevention task force

    LA

    HB16 is a constitutional carry bill

    MN

    HF1263 would strengthen self-defense laws and eliminate the duty to retreat

    HF1265 would make unconstitutional federal firearm laws unenforceable in the state

    HF1326 would protect shooting ranges from being ordered to close during a declared emergency

    HF1580 would permit retired law enforcement to carry in schools

    HF1654 would create extreme risk protection orders

    SF1202 would prohibit the governor from closing gun ranges during a declared emergency

    SF1266 is a constitutional carry bill

    SF1431 would create extreme risk protection orders

    MO

    HB1188 would require firearms to be locked up in homes with children

    HB1189 is a universal background check bill

    HB1190 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HB1279 would prohibit the state and any political subdivision from doing business with any financial institution that refused to do business with firearm businesses

    HCR38 would create a joint committee on gun violence

    MT

    HB316 would regulate the governor during a declared emergency

    HB409 would allow for a $300 tax credit for the purchase of a gun safe, limited to once per year

    HB436 would remove the ability of local governments to regulate carrying without a license

    HB504 would prohibit government from restricting firearms and permits in any way during a declared emergency

    HB560 would prohibit any state office to assist in the enforcement of unconstitutional federal firearm laws

    HB581 would require firearms be locked up in homes where children, at risk persons or prohibited persons are present

    SB278 would prohibit frivolous lawsuits against firearm and ammunition manufacturers

    SB283 is a bill defining when a student can be suspended in relation to firearms and specifically states (as sorry as it is) that they can not be suspended for pictures of guns, toy soldiers with guns etc

    SB370 would require 2nd amendment rights be protected during declared emergencies

    NC

    H134 would allow carrying firearms in houses of worship that meet on a school property

    NH

    SB154 would prohibit the state from enforcing a presidential executive order that regulates the right to keep and bear arms

    NM

    HB353 would require anyone receiving a firearm to check with the FBI to make sure it isn't stolen

    NY

    A05455 would require police to seize firearms for 120 hours when responding to reports of family violence

    S04946 would require liability insurance to own a firearm

    S04947 would require 3D printed firearms to have a serial number and be registered with the state police

    S05026 would require police to seize firearms for no less than 120 hours when responding to reports of family violence

    S05058 would prohibit using lead ammo for hunting

    OH

    SB73 is a universal background check bill

    SB74 would raise the age to buy a long gun to 21

    SB75 would require background checks for all gun sales at gun shows

    SB76 would repeal state preemption of firearm laws

    SB77 would outlaw trigger cranks, bump fire stocks and any other device that increase the rate of fire

    OR

    SB816 would 'double down' on gun free school zones

    PA

    HB357 would make federal laws that register firearms, that restrict firearms and ammunition or to limit magazine sizes unenforceable in the state

    SB238 would provide funding for a gun violence study

    SB239 would make it a crime to possess a firearm in a public recreation area

    RI

    H5639 would set up carry permit reciprocity with other states

    H5726 would further prohibit loaded rifles and shotguns in vehicles

    H5730 would set up reciprocity with Massachusetts and Connecticut

    H5882 would require a license to carry a taser

    S0406 would require all firearms be locked up when not in use

    S0414 would outlaw any magazine that can hold more than 10 rounds and has no grandfather clause

    S0415 is an 'assault weapon' ban and would require current owners to register with state police

    S0416 would require the number of handguns to be purchased on the handgun license

    S0417 would make it illegal to have a loaded rifle or shotgun on a vehicle

    SC

    H3936 would outlaw trigger cranks, bump fire stocks and any other device that increase the rate of fire

    S0584 would require all federal firearm laws to be reviewed by the state attorney general and if they are found to be in violation of the constitution no agency or office or state funds may be used to enforce them

    S0589 would legalize open carry with a permit

    SD

    HCR6013 is a resolution stating the state will not comply with the REALID act if it is used on any way to restrict 2nd amendment rights

    SCR607 is a resolution affirming the legislature's support for the right to keep and bear arms

    TN

    HB1588 would set up extreme risk protection orders

    TX

    HB1500 would prevent any restriction of firearm or firearm related manufacturers during a state of emergency

    HB1948 would require the state police to publish a list of revoked carry licenses and would require dealers to check the list before selling a firearm

    HB2105 would make it a crime to refuse to give law enforcement your name and other information when being stopped for carrying a firearm

    HB2141 make it a crime to not report a lost or stolen firearm

    HB2143 would allow local governments to regulate carrying 'modern sporting rifles'

    HB2169 would remove current law that prohibits a person from getting a carry license if they have delinquent taxes

    HB2229 would scale back the prohibitions on carrying firearms at polling places

    HB2249 would prohibit further regulations on firearm and ammunition manufacturers during a declared emergency

    HB3 would prohibit further regulations on firearms, firearm manufacturers during a pandemic disaster

    SB18 would prohibit further regulations on firearm and ammunition manufacturers during a declared emergency

    VT

    H0288 would prohibit the transfer of a firearm until a background check has completed

    H0343 would allow local governments some regulation of shooting ranges

    WV

    HB2364 would allow K-12 teachers to carry firearm as designated school protection officers

    HB2499 would set up tax breaks for firearm and ammunition companies that move their businesses to the state

    HB2537 would negate unconstitutional federal firearm laws in the state

    HB2694 would prevent enforcement of any federal firearm law that is not a WV law

    HB2736 would create a sales tax exemption on firearms and ammunition for residents

    HB2739 would prohibit state and local officials from assisting the federal government in enforcing unconstitutional firearm laws

    SB279 would eliminate the restriction on carrying a firearm on the state capitol complex grounds

    SB353 would prohibit any state or local agency or employee to assist in the enforcement of any federal firearm law that violates the 2nd amendment

    SB365 would prohibit any state or local agency or official from assisting the federal government in enforcing unconstitutional firearm laws and would allow for the prosecution of such parties

    SB451 would prevent any further regulation of firearms, license or firearm related businesses during a declared state of emergency

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

    US Congress

    HB194 would require ATF to report all failed background checks to the department of justice and would then require DOJ to submit a report to congress about how many prosecutions came from those failed checks

    HB545 would prevent members of congress from carrying guns in the capitol

    HB645 would set up grants for schools and specifically states none of the funds may be used for firearm training

    HB647 would make it illegal to sell a long gun to an out of state resident

    SB183 would require all federal law enforcement agencies to pool their information on anyone ever investigated for any type of so-called terrorism. The information would then be transferred to NICs and would require the attorney general to delay the transfer of any firearm to anyone on these lists for 10 days while they apply for an emergency petition from a court to stop the transfer. If the court order is approved the person would then be arrested

    SB190 would require firearms be locked up in homes where children or prohibited persons live

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
  19. dc dalton

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    We thought people might be interested in the wave of constitutional carry bills moving across the country - here's the current list along with their status. If you live in one of these states PLEASE contact your reps and senators and ask them to help push these through.

    AL - HB405 - introduced

    FL - H0123 - Referred to Criminal Justice and Public Safety Subcommittee; Agriculture and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee; Judiciary Committee

    GA - HB110 - house second read

    IN - HB1034 - first reading

    IN - HB1232 - first reading

    IN - HB1241 - first reading

    IN - HB1289 - first reading

    IN - HB1369 - passed House - first reading in Senate

    IN - HB1460- first reading moved to public policy committee

    IN - HB1544 - first reading

    LA - HB16 - First appeared in the Interim Calendar on 2/19/2021

    MN - HF212 - introduced and first reading

    MN - HF513 - introduced and first reading

    MN - HF577 - introduced and first reading

    MN - SF1266 - Referred to Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy

    MN - SF275 - introduced and first reading

    MN - SF664 - Referred to Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy

    MT - HB102 - passed effective immediately

    ND - 1293 - Second reading - passed - yeas 87 nays 6

    SC - H3039 - introduced and first reading

    SC - H3096 - Referred to Committee on Judiciary

    SC - S0032 - introduced and first reading

    SC - S0155 - introduced and first reading

    TN - HB0018 - Placed on s/c cal Criminal Justice Subcommittee for 3/3/2021

    TN - SB0318 - Passed on Second Consideration - refer to Senate Judiciary Committee

    TN - SB0765 - Placed on Senate Judiciary Committee calendar for 3/2/2021

    TX - HB1238 - filed

    UT - HB0060 - Passed – effective May 4 - 2021

    VA - HB1773 - dead in committee

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-State-Firearm-Legislation
     
  20. dc dalton

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    Here's another set of bills from around the country to watch and if you live in the state call your reps and tell them to support them. All of these bills in some shape or form would nullify any unconstitutional federal firearm bills or presidential executive orders that would infringe on your second amendment rights.

    With the Biden administration focused on taking away your rights these bills could very well be the last line of defense.

    Each bill is listed state - bill number - synopsis :: last action on the bill

    AL - HB157 - HB157 would nullify any federal laws regulating firearms within the state that are unconstitutional :: Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security

    AL - HB337 - HB337 would prohibit state or local officials to assist the federal government in enforcing federal firearm laws and would penalize any official or agency that assists in enforcing them :: Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Judiciary

    AL - HB349 - HB349 would prohibit state or local officials to assist the federal government in enforcing federal firearm laws :: Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Judiciary

    AL - HB373 - HB373 would prohibit any state or local agency to assist in enforcing unconstitutional federal gun laws :: Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Judiciary

    AL - HB400 - HB400 would propose a constitutional amendment prohibiting state and local agencies from assisting the federal government to enforce federal firearm laws :: Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Judiciary

    AR - HB1386 - HB1386 would void any new federal firearm laws for firearm made and kept within the state :: Read the first time, rules suspended, read the second time and referred to the Committee on JUDICIARY COMMITTEE- HOUSE

    AR - HB1390 - HB1390 would invalidate any federal firearm laws that are in violation of the 2nd amendment within the state

    AR - HB1435 - HB1435 would make all unconstitutional federal gun laws null and void within the state :: Read the first time, rules suspended, read the second time and referred to the Committee on JUDICIARY COMMITTEE- HOUSE

    AR - SB298 - SB298 would make all unconstitutional federal gun laws null and void within the state :: Read the first time, rules suspended, read the second time and referred to the Committee on JUDICIARY COMMITTEE- HOUSE

    AR - SB59 - SB59 would make all firearms and 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 :: REPORTED CORRECTLY ENGROSSED

    AZ - HB2111 - HB2111 would invalidate any federal firearm law that violates the 2nd amendment :: Passed in house transmit to Senate

    AZ - SB1328 - SB1328 would set up protections and recourse against unconstitutional federal firearm laws :: Senate majority caucus: Do pass

    FL - H1205 - H1205 would nullify unconstitutional federal firearm laws :: Filed

    GA - SB245 - SB245 would prohibit public officers from enforcing unconstitutional federal firearm laws :: Senate Read and Referred

    GA - SB268 - SB268 would invalidate any federal firearm laws that are unconstitutional :: Senate Read and Referred

    IA - HF518 - HF518 would nullify unconstitutional federal firearm laws in the state :: Introduced, referred to Public Safety. H.J. 390.

    KY - HB361 - HB361 would invalidate unconstitutional federal firearm laws in the state :: introduced in House

    KY - HB445 - HB445 would prohibit any state or local government agency to assist the federal government in enforcing unconstitutional federal firearm laws :: introduced in House

    KY - HB585 - HB585 would prohibit the enforcement of federal firearm laws created after Jan 1, 2021 and includes penalties for enforcing them :: introduced in House

    KY - SB254 - SB254 would prohibiting state and local officials from assisting the federal government in enforcing federal firearm laws :: to Veterans, Military Affairs, & Public Protection

    MN - HF1265 - HF1265 would make unconstitutional federal firearm laws unenforceable in the state :: Introduction and first reading, referred to Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy

    MN - HF432 - HF432 is an anti red flag law bill prohibiting enforcement of state or federal red flag laws :: Introduction and first reading, referred to Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy

    MO - HB310 - HB310 would nullify any new federal firearm laws and taxes etc :: HCS Reported Do Pass (H) AYES: 10 NOES: 4 PRESENT: 0

    MO - HB85 - HB85 would create the Second Amendment Preservation Act which would make any unconstitutional federal firearm laws unenforceable in the state :: House passed Reported to the Senate and First Read

    MO - HB945 - HB945 would make any new federal taxes on firearms or ammunition tax deductible :: Referred: General Law

    MO - SB39 - SB39 would make all firearms manufactured and kept within the state exempt from federal law :: Voted Do Pass S General Laws Committee

    MS - HB1041 - HB1041 would make federal executive orders related to firearms unenforceable in the state :: Died In Committee

    MS - HC23 - HC23 would declare the state a 'sanctuary state' in regards to federal firearm laws :: Referred To Rules

    MS - SB2567 - SB2567 would nullify any federal firearm law that is violation of the 2nd amendment :: Died In Committee

    MS - SB2568 - SB2568 would prohibit any state agency from assisting in enforcing any federal law that attempts to ban semi-auto firearms, magazines, or requires registration of any firearm or confiscation of any firearm or magazines :: Died In Committee

    MT - HB258 - HB258 would nullify any federal firearm law that is unconstitutional including firearm and magazine bans :: Scheduled for 3rd Reading

    MT - HB560 - HB560 would prohibit any state office to assist in the enforcement of unconstitutional federal firearm laws :: Committee Executive Action--Bill Passed (H) Judiciary

    ND - 1272 - 1272 would exempt firearms made and kept within the state from federal law :: Passed house, ntroduced, first reading, referred Judiciary Committee (Senate)

    ND - 1383 - 1383 would place limitations on state and local governments from assisting the federal government in enforcing firearm laws :: Second reading, passed, yeas 59 nays 34

    NE - LB188 - LB188 would prohibit state agencies from assisting the federal government with any federal gun law that defies the constitution :: Referred to Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee

    NH - CACR8 - 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 :: Public Hearing: 02/10/2021 09:00 am

    OK - HB1629 - HB1629 would outlaw any court or federal order relating to the confiscation of firearms from law abiding citizens :: Do Pass Judiciary, Criminal Committee

    OK - SB486 - SB486 would void all federal firearm laws that require surrender or the selling of firearms to the government and would prohibit any state official in assisting in such actions :: Second Reading referred to Public Safety

    OK - SB631 - SB631 would declare the state a 2nd amendment sanctuary state in regards to federal laws :: Reported Do Pass, amended by committee substitute Public Safety committee

    PA - HB357 - HB357 would make federal laws that register firearms, that restrict firearms and ammunition or to limit magazine sizes unenforceable in the state :: Referred to JUDICIARY

    SC - H3012 - H3012 would exclude any firearm manufactured and kept within the state from federal laws :: Referred to Committee on Judiciary

    SC - S0369 - S0369 would make any firearm manufactured and kept within the state exempt from federal law :: Introduced and read first time

    SC - S0584 - S0584 would require all federal firearm laws to be reviewed by the state attorney general and if they are found to be in violation of the constitution no agency or office or state funds may be used to enforce them :: Introduced and read first time

    SD - HB1075 - HB1075 would limit any federal 'extreme risk protection order' within the state and would prevent any state or local official from assisting in federal government in enforcing one :: House of Representatives Do Pass Amended, Passed, YEAS 59, NAYS 7. H.J. 425

    TN - HB0446 - HB0446 would prohibit state or local resources resources from being used to enforce federal firearm laws :: ref. to Civil Justice Committee

    TN - SB0557 - SB0557 would prohibit the use of public funds to enforce unconstitutional federal firearm laws :: Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Judiciary Committee

    TX - HB112 - 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 :: Read first time

    TX - HB635 - 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 :: Filed

    TX - HB915 - HB915 would make firearms and accessories manufactured and kept in the state exempt from federal law :: Filed

    TX - HB919 - HB919 would prohibit local governments from assisting in enforcing federal firearm laws :: Filed

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

    TX - SB499 - SB499 would prohibit any local or state employee from assisting in the enforcement of unconstitutional federal firearm laws :: Received by the Secretary of the Senate

    TX - SB513 - SB513 would prohibit any local or state employee from assisting in enforcing any federal firearm law :: Received by the Secretary of the Senate

    TX - SB541 - SB541 would prohibit state and local governments from assisting in the enforcement of federal firearm laws :: Received by the Secretary of the Senate

    TX - SB542 - SB542 would make firearms and parts made an kept within the state exempt from federal laws with very minor exceptions :: Received by the Secretary of the Senate

    TX - SB543 - SB543 would make suppressors and suppressor parts made and kept within the state exempt from federal law :: Received by the Secretary of the Senate

    WV - HB2159 - HB2159 would nullify unconstitutional federal firearm laws within the state :: To House Judiciary

    WV - HB2197 - HB2197 would make any firearm made and kept within the state exempt from federal law :: To House Judiciary

    WV - HB2216 - HB2216 would make all future federal firearm laws void in the state and would require the attorney general to defend anyone charged with violations of them :: To House Judiciary

    WV - HB2537 - HB2537 would negate unconstitutional federal firearm laws in the state :: To House Judiciary

    WV - HB2694 - HB2694 would prevent enforcement of any federal firearm law that is not a WV law :: To House Judiciary

    WV - HB2739 - HB2739 would prohibit state and local officials from assisting the federal government in enforcing unconstitutional firearm laws :: To House Judiciary

    WV - SB353 - SB353 would prohibit any state or local agency or employee to assist in the enforcement of any federal firearm law that violates the 2nd amendment :: To Judiciary

    WV - SB365 - SB365 would prohibit any state or local agency or official from assisting the federal government in enforcing unconstitutional firearm laws and would allow for the prosecution of such parties :: To Judiciary

    WY - HB0124 - HB0124 would invalidate unconstitutional federal firearm laws :: Received for Introduction

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