Is your state following VA's lead?

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Commiefornia will be one of the worst 2A offenders thanks to the wonderful Liberal leadership. Anything that VA gets approved will probably be passed if it is not already on the books. Time to get out of this Satanist hellhole and pray for the rest of the Nation.

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I just heard Nancy Pelosi stating that we should support and defend the Constitution…No problem Nancy…I intend to do just that!

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HB51 is directed at is directed specifically toward immigration law only. It has nothing to do with 2A rights.
Oldham County had a great turnout for the 2A sanctuary resolution but it did not go anywhere. yet!

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And making your home or car a sanctuary island will probably be the same as all of the “sovereign citizen” cases that you see. It usually does not end well for them.

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One very important Bill I hope the Kentucky legislature will pass … HB 140

1 AN ACT relating to the state spirit.
2 Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:
3 SECTION 1. A NEW SECTION OF KRS CHAPTER 2 IS CREATED TO
4 READ AS FOLLOWS:
5 Bourbon is named and designated as the official state spirit of Kentucky.

I mean really, you would think this should have been done decades ago!

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As for the 2A unfriendly bills, SB32, HB45 and HB192 have all been sent to committees (public safety and judiciary)

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In Georgia

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In Mississippi

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My poor neighbor! :cry: :cry: :cry:

When it comes to Red Flag laws I’ve noticed a familiar pattern on where they pop up.
II your state is a CCS/Permitless then you probably have or had that law voted on.

May 2019, Louisiana Rep’s voted on strengthening gun rights, but among those were a few nightmares such as ERPO.
Unfortunately, the only one that did not pass was CCS/Permitless (For gun rights) but ALL restrictions on firearms lost and without political smearing due to mass support from the state && other sources as can be imagined.

The right of each citizen to keep and bear arms is fundamental and shall not be infringed. Any restriction on this right shall be subject to strict scrutiny.” (Article I, § 11 of the Louisiana State Constitution)

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Sometimes they get it right…

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Actually in Tn I just got my ccw renew and as long as you have passed written and shooting qualification you can ay a little more this year and get a open carry permit

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sorry meant pay

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Any NEW gun laws will likely be bad laws for us all.

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My city is trying to establish it to be a 2A sanctuary now. I’ve been thinking about doing this for a while but rather glad my range did it instead.

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Minnesota is trying to follow VA’s lead. Both in passing more gun control and with the counties passing “Dedicated 2 Amendment County” Resolutions.
Are there any members in Wright County that have an update on our progress?

https://www.gunowners.mn/sanctuary

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I live in Kalifornistan. It is Soviet Bulgaria with date groves and citrus farms. Gun owners have no rights worth recognizing, as far as Sacramento is concerned.

There are bright spots, though. Some of the inland counties are setting up as 2nd Amendment Sanctuaries, and my old county (Riverside) just expanded their CCW Unit to a second location at Palm Desert Station with 3 more personnel assigned to process applications. It is not all doom and gloom, IOW.

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So true… I had a reply from Rep. Adam Kinziger (A rating from the NRA) yesterday. I will paste the full letter below but look at his positions on Gun Control. The guy is a complete sell out… the NRA needs to review their rating of him ASAP.

To address this issue on a national scale, I support the following:
· Providing robust resources and tools necessary for programs that combat mental health issues.
· States adopting ‘red flag laws’ that would place protective orders on those with mental issues, ensuring they cannot be a harm to themselves or others.
· Universal background checks for all gun purchases.
· Raising the purchasing age for assault rifles from 18 to 21, which is the current federal law for purchasing handguns.
· Banning high capacity ammunition magazines.
· A continued ban on bump stock devices which allow guns to work like machineguns.

February 21, 2020

Thank you for contacting me with your concerns about legislative proposals to regulate access to firearms. By hearing your thoughts and concerns on the issues, I am better able to represent you in the U.S. House of Representatives.

As a gun owner myself and your representative in Congress, I do not support legislation or regulations that would infringe on a law-abiding citizen’s constitutional right to own a firearm. I strongly support an individual’s rights to hunt, shoot for sport, and defend themselves or their property. I swore an oath to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, including the Second Amendment. I have not, and would not, vote to curb a law-abiding citizen’s constitutional rights. With that said, we must address the gun violence epidemic in this country. In doing so, we will need to change some laws and change some hearts.

To address this issue on a national scale, I support the following:
· Providing robust resources and tools necessary for programs that combat mental health issues.
· States adopting ‘red flag laws’ that would place protective orders on those with mental issues, ensuring they cannot be a harm to themselves or others.
· Universal background checks for all gun purchases.
· Raising the purchasing age for assault rifles from 18 to 21, which is the current federal law for purchasing handguns.
· Banning high capacity ammunition magazines.
· A continued ban on bump stock devices which allow guns to work like machineguns.

To be clear, what I am calling for is a common-sense approach to ending the gun violence epidemic without infringing on the Second Amendment. I am a proud owner of an AR-15 and I am a strong advocate for concealed carry. I learned firsthand in 2006 during an encounter in Milwaukee that being able to protect oneself is critical. My ability to carry a firearm doesn’t just keep me safe, it gives innocent people near me a layer of protection.

I sincerely appreciate your perspective on the Second Amendment as it is a cornerstone of our Constitution and a freedom that is precious to our nation. Please be assured that as Congress moves forward with this discussion, I will keep your views in mind.

Again, thank you for contacting me. It is an honor to represent you in the U.S. House of Representatives. Please do not hesitate to contact me if my office can be of assistance to you on any issue of importance.

Sincerely,

Adam Kinzinger
Member of Congress

P.S. For more information about my work in Congress, please visit www.kinzinger.house.gov and feel free to sign up to receive updates through my email newsletters.

AK/WS

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I only have a very few minutes, I have arrived in California and am with my wife. Yes, the worst did happen for those of you who know what’s going on. We’re here until October on her project. Once beautiful state is all I’m going to say. As for Adam Kinzinger, I don’t know his district, we are IL6, (DuPage & a small part of Chicago which was gerrymandered in the Midterm 2018 election). I only have a few minutes here, but Senator Dick Durbin, wrote to me Summer 2018 telling me the Second Amendment was just for hunting and not meant for self-defense. Well I have to go, see you in October.

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