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2019 - 2020 Newly Proposed Firearm Bills

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  1. dc dalton

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    Well folks it's a new legislative year for every state except New Jersey and the bills are rolling in like wild fire, with a good chunk of them being anti-gun. Have a feeling it is going to be a rough year for gun rights advocates. Here what's already come in in the first 5 days of the year:

    CA

    AB18 would create an excise tax on handguns and semi-automatic rifles

    AB61 would add more people to the list of people that can file for a 'red flag' protection order

    SB55 would make anyone convicted of two or more misdemeanors a prohibited person

    SB61 would limit sales of all firearms to one per month

    CO

    HB1021 would repeal the high capacity magazine ban

    HB1049 would eliminate the prohibition for carrying on school property provided you have a carry license

    FL

    H0135 is a universal background check bill

    H6005 doubles down on gun free school zones

    H6007 would remove the restriction for carrying firearms on college campuses

    GA

    HB2 is a constitutional carry bill

    IN

    HB1040 would require all firearms to be locked up in the home if children are present

    HB1048 would require firearms to be locked up if a child is in the home

    SB0088 would allow carrying firearms in schools that also contain a house of worship

    SB0119 would make it illegal to transfer a machine gun to anyone under 18 years old

    SB0125 would make it illegal to open carry an 'assault weapon' or to transport one loaded

    SB0126 would ban bump stocks and 'multi-burst' trigger activators

    SB0135 would allow carrying in houses of worship

    SB0263 wo8uld raise the minimum age to buy 'assault weapons' to 21

    MD

    SB8 is a 'ghost gun' bill

    MI

    HB6608 would outlaw 3D printed guns

    MO

    HB162 would outlaw bump stocks and trigger cranks

    HB210 is a 'universal background check' bill

    HB235 would require anyone who has a firearm stolen to report the loss within 72 hours

    HB258 would severely limit where a person can carry a concealed firearm

    HB302 would decriminalize the use of a suppressor when the person using it has a written medical certificate stating the person has significant hearing loss and the suppressor would prevent further damage

    HB82 would prohibit any employer or landlord from prohibiting the legal storage or transport of a firearm

    HB87 would make it illegal to give a firearm to anyone on the terrorist watch list or who is a member of a terrorist organization

    HB90 would finance a study on gun violence with taxpayer money

    HB97 would outlaw the sale of 'assault weapons' to anyone under 21 years old

    SB163 would require all firearm sales and transfers to go through a gun dealer and a background check

    SB23 would create firearm restraining orders

    SB39 would allow carrying firearms on public transportation and on property owned by public transportation companies.

    SB40 would require firearms to be securely stored when there are children in the house

    SB42 would create extreme risk protection orders very similar to California law

    SB75 would allow the governing body of any county, city, town, or village to create local laws requiring anyone that is carrying a concealed firearm to have a concealed carry license, overriding the states constitutional carry law

    SB94 would add more disqualifying offenses for firearm prohibitions including misdemeanor domestic assault

    NH

    HB101 would allow individual school districts to create their own firearm regulations

    HB109 would require background check on all commercial sales or transfers of firearms, something that is already required

    NM

    HB101 make it so people renewing or replacing their permit would not have to be fingerprinted so long as their prints are on file

    HB130 would require anyone that owns firearms and knows or reasonably should know that a minor could get to them to lock them up

    HB35 would require all gun dealers to pay the state a $200 a year license fee and would require them to call any time they purchase a firearm to make sure it's not stolen

    HB40 would require private parties who sell a firearm at a gun show to run a background check on the buyer through a dealer

    HB8 is a universal background check bill

    HB83 would create extreme risk protection orders

    SB8 is a universal background check bill

    OK

    SB34 would make minor changes to concealed carry law but would also recognize any valid concealed concealed carry license from any state

    SB38 would allow people with a concealed carry license to carry in the state capitol

    SB87 would take away the right of active duty military and national guard soldiers to carry without a license

    RI

    H5022 would prohibit carrying long guns anywhere outside of the home or business except for hunting

    SC

    H3053 would make anyone convicted of any crime that carries a sentence of one year or more a prohibited person

    H3058 would require a completed background check before any firearm can be transferred no matter how long it takes

    H3059 is a universal background check bill

    H3061 would require all firearms to be locked up if a person knows or reasonably knows a child could get to them

    H3109 would create a 7% tax on all handguns to be used for a school safety fund

    H3110 would eliminate the tax free second amendment weekend

    H3134 would apply new restrictions to where a person can carry a concealed firearm

    H3206 would outlaw any device that accelerates the rate of fire of a firearm

    H3240 would ban the sale or possession of any device that accelerates the rate of fire of a firearm

    H3248 would require all firearm transfers to wait until a background check is completed

    H3275 would create extreme risk protection orders

    H3311 would require all parties in a vehicle during a traffic stop to disclose if there are firearms in the vehicle

    H3363 would legalize open carry

    S0054 would prevent any gun transfer from proceeding unless the background check has been completed or at least 28 days has passed

    S0055 would prevent any gun transfer from proceeding unless the background check has completed or 28 at least days has passed

    S0139 would make carrying a firearm into a large list of places illegal

    SD

    SB9 would exempt active military, deployed national guard troops and reservists from concealed carry law

    UT

    HB0017 would use $600,000 of taxpayer money to create a gun violence and suicide prevention task force

    VA

    HB1654 would outlaw carrying a rifle or shotgun in public

    HB1691 is a 'ghost gun' bill

    HB1856 would allow local governments to restrict carrying firearms in libraries

    HB1899 would eliminate online training for carry permits

    H3363 would hold anyone who has a firearm stolen from them that is then used in a crime civilly liable

    SB1158 is a constitutional carry bill

    SB1162 is a universal background check bill

    SB1163 would outlaw bump stock and any other 'trigger activator' that accelerates the rate of fire of a firearm

    SB1164 is a universal background check bill

    WA

    HB1010 would allow state police to destroy firearm forfeited firearms

    HB1022 would prohibit the creation of a handgun sales or transfer database

    HB1024 would prohibit the government from creating a database of law abiding firearm owners

    HB1038 would allow trained school staffs to carry firearms

    HB1073 would outlaw 'ghost' guns

    SB5061 would outlaw 'ghost' guns

    SB5062 would all magazines that hold more than 10 rounds

    SB5072 would allow extreme risk protection orders to be brought against minors

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

    US Congress

    HB7115 would ban receiver blanks, firearm kits and 3D printed parts and firearms

    HB7219 would prohibit the sale of firearms to anyone deemed a terrorist, or involved in terrorism by the US attorney general

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    Thank you for compiling!
     
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    It will be interesting to see if any of these actually pass.
     
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    Only two out of the US congress....just wait till they warm up the pen. I feel this year there will be dozens, but hopefully, they will never go anywhere further than the US senate.
     
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    A whole bunch of antigun bills have just been introduced in the Virginia legislature -- "Red Flag" seizures, one-handgun-a-month, bump stocks, civil liability for criminal misuse of stolen guns, UBC's, etc. But the one that worries me the most is an AWB that would supposedly outlaw any semiautomatic with a magazine capacity of more than 10 rounds (and presumably, the magazines themselves). Details are sparse. The actual legislative language of this particular bill hasn't been published yet.

    The governor is pushing hard on all of these. The Republicans have a one-vote margin in each of the houses of the legislature, so they should theoretically be able to stop all of these bills. But there could be some defections in the name of "bipartisanship." But the worst part is coming with the legislative elections this fall, when the Democrats are expected to gain control of both houses. After that it will be open season on guns.
     
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    Senate Bill 66:
    A bill to regulate assault weapons, to ensure that the right to keep and bear arms ...
    ... is not unlimited, and for other purposes.

    Introduced yesterday by DiFi.
     
  7. dc dalton

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    Please understand that we do NOT post bills here until we have seen the full text of them ... yes there are bills that come in but they have NO text so we don't post them ...it would be unfair and unwise to post anything about them until we can see that text

    Thank you for understanding
     
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    Here in New Mexico it is going to be pretty rocky. New demo governor along with both chambers of the legislature firmly under blue control.
     
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    Outlaw?
     
  10. dc dalton

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    oops, must not have had enough coffee when I wrote that one
     
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    Well folks here's this weeks batch of new legislation from around the country and from the 'swamp'. We have seen over 200 firearm related bills come in in the first 2 weeks of the year, near a record. If you don't think it's going to be a rough year you are sadly mistaken

    AK

    HB4 would add a new section of law allowing the 'defensive display' of a firearm

    AL

    HB17 would require a sheriff to issue or renew a person's pistol permit within 3 days of receiving a successful notice of appeal from the courts

    CA

    AB164 would expand prohibitions on buying firearms to anyone under a restraining order from any jurisdiction

    CT

    HB05150 would limit the governor or any local government to prohibit transfer or possession of firearms during state of emergencies

    HB05151 would permit gun clubs and ranges to sell ammunition for use there to anyone even if they don't have a ammunition certificate

    HB05227 would prohibit municipalities from enacting firearm regulations

    FL

    H0197 would prohibit carrying into a child care facility

    IN

    HB1149 would require keeping firearms locked up when the person 'knows or reasonably knows' a child could get to it

    HB1164 would require anyone convicted of any domestic abuse charge to turn in their firearms

    HB1230 would repeal state preemption laws

    HB1272 would change a handgun license from 4 to 5 years and would drop part of the fee starting in 2020

    HB1284 would provide civil immunity to anyone who justifiably uses force to defend themselves

    HB1291 is a universal background check bill

    SB0309 would prohibit selling 'assault weapons' to anyone under 21

    SB0353 would outlaw bump stocks and all other 'multi burst' trigger activators

    KS

    HB2023 would prohibit anyone on the terrorist watch list from buying a firearm

    SB8 would require a completed background check or a three day waiting period on firearm sales

    KY

    HB30 would remove many of the restricted places (for carrying a firearm) from law

    HB70 would require firearms to be locked up if a person knows or reasonably suspects a child could access them

    HB76 literally has every anti-gun measure in it you could imagine, from assault weapon bans to universal background checks etc

    HB77 would ban 3D printed firearms

    SB47 would require firearms to be locked up if a person knows or reasonably suspects a child could access them

    ME

    LD85 would create a sales tax exemption and income tax deduction for the purchase of firearm safety devices

    MI

    HB4021 would create a lifetime carry license

    HB4022 would drop the fee for a carry license to $40

    HB4029 would allow carrying handguns in vehicles without a license

    MN

    HF28 raises the minimum age to buy a firearm to 21 and would require all sales to go through a background check

    HF8 raises the minimum age to buy a firearm to 21 and would require all sales to go through a background check

    HF9 would create extreme risk protection orders

    SF72 would clarify law regarding use of deadly force

    SF85 is a universal background check bill

    SF98 would prohibit carrying firearms at polling places

    MO

    HJR21 proposes a constitutional amendment to require all firearm sales to go through a background check and to require a permit to carry concealed

    SB217 would create a 72 hour waiting period for handgun sales

    MS

    HB22 would allow local governments to have firearm buybacks

    HB27 would impose a $25 tax on the sale of every firearm

    SB2099 would prohibit any public employee from enforcing any new federal firearm laws

    NE

    LB54 clarifies that a permit is not required to transport or ship a firearm that is unloaded and cased

    LB58 would create extreme risk protection orders

    NM

    SB201 is a universal background check bill

    NY

    A00095 would require liability insurance for anyone applying for or renewing a license to carry a firearm

    A00396 would require the surrender of all firearms by anyone taken in for a mental evaluation by police and would require a 'cooling off' period once they are discharged

    A00418 would require surrender of black powder firearms after a felony conviction or mental health 'report'

    A00425 would require firearms to be locked up if a person knows or reasonably knows a child could get to them

    A00450 is an attempt to outlaw gun shows by making it illegal to sell or promote gun sales on public property own by the state or any local government

    A00451 is another idiotic 'ghost gun' bill

    A00503 would require all firearms to be locked up when not in use

    A00506 would require all firearms to be locked unless they are in the direct possession of the owner

    A00514 would prohibit anyone on the no fly list from getting or renewing a firearm license

    A00625 would allow police to remove firearms when called for a domestic violence call

    A00638 would restrict where gun dealers and gunsmiths can have their businesses

    A00716 would prohibit the transfer of a firearm by a dealer until a proceed response is given by the ATF, no matter how long it takes

    A00763 is a 'ghost gun' bill

    A00773 would outlaw 3D printed firearms and magazines

    S00042 would make the possession or sale of armor piercing ammunition illegal

    S00101 would prevent schools from allowing teachers to carry firearms

    S00114 would prevent banks from stopping credit card holders from buying firearms

    S00174 would repeal sections of the safe act related to suspensions and revocation of firearm licenses

    S00196 would clarify that a license to carry can only be suspended when a person is under a protection order or has violated a protection order

    S00201 removes the maximum age limit for minors using firearms at a range

    S00205 would allow victims of domestic abuse to carry a firearm while their license to carry is being processed

    S00266 would limit the application of the safe act to the 5 boroughs of New York City

    S00285 would remove the restrictions for firearms on college campuses

    S00287 would remove the prohibition on suppressors

    S00446 would allow police to seize firearms from a home during a domestic abuse call

    S00455 removes the maximum age limit for minors using firearms at a range

    S00458 changes the definition of large capacity magazines from 7 to 10 rounds

    S00539 expands the list of immediate family related to firearm transfers

    S00603 would eliminate the re-certification requirement for firearms regulated under the SAFE act

    S00670 raises the ages of minors in relation to prohibitions of air gun

    S00680 would allow national guard recruiters to carry firearms

    S00682 would allow anyone that has a license to possess a firearm to carry it concealed

    S00686 would prohibit any government literature or applications to contain explicit warnings regarding gun ownership

    S00837 would allow the transfer of firearms to an immediate family member of the descendant's family

    S00862 would allow the transfer of firearms to an immediate family member of the descendant's family

    S00931 would require a written determination of a license to carry within 180 days and if it is denied all fees must be refunded

    S01174 would set up a means to restore firearm rights

    S01224 would allow any active military that has a license to carry in their own state carry in NY

    S01275 would make it a class A misdemeanor to purchase or acquire more than one firearm every 30 days

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    HB2251 is an assault weapon ban bill

    HB2287 would provide for firearm safety classes in schools

    HB2298 would set up reciprocity with other states regarding concealed carry

    HB2479 would raise fees for concealed carry licenses

    HB2505 would require all firearms to be locked up when not in the owners possession if minors are present in the home

    SB275 would require all firearms to be locked up when not in the possession of the owner when children are present in the home

    SB322 would allow sheriffs to issue carry license to people that reside in adjoining counties

    SB323 would set up reciprocity with states that accept an Oregon carry license

    SB501 is a nightmare of a bill that would require permits to buy firearms, would limit firearm sales to one handgun, rifle or receiver per month, requires lost or stolen firearms to be reported within 24 hours and would outlaw large capacity magazines

    SB87 would raise the minimum age to buy firearms to 21

    SC

    H3456 is a constitutional carry bill

    SD

    HB1041 is a constitutional carry bill

    SB38 is a constitutional carry bill

    SB47 is a constitutional carry bill

    TN

    HB0042 reduces the penalties for carrying a firearm without a license

    UT

    HB0087 would require firearms to be locked up if a child can access them

    HB0114 strengthens the state's stand your ground law

    VA

    HB1956 would allow local governments to pass laws concerning firearms

    HB1992 would allow local government to create laws governing carrying firearms in local government buildings

    HB2253 would require state police to issue non-resident carry permits within 45 of receiving an application

    HB2399 would require a background check to be completed before transferring a firearm

    HB2492 is a high capacity magazine ban bill

    HB2504 would require anyone under an order of protection to sell or transfer their firearms

    HB2604 would limit handgun sales to one a month

    SB1303 would allow local governments to prohibit carrying of firearms in government meeting places

    SB1324 is a lost or stolen bill requiring the victim to report the theft to police or face charges

    SB1446 would limit handgun sales to one a month

    SB1454 is a universal background check bill

    SB1458 is an extreme risk protection order bill

    SB1473 would allow local government to prohibit carrying of firearms a permitted events

    VT

    H0030 would require anyone subject to an abuse order to surrender their weapons and would provide civil immunity to law enforcement for damages to those weapons they store

    WV

    HB2031 would allow carrying of firearms at the state capitol complex for anyone that has been issued a license to carry

    HB2092 would permit anyone lawfully allowed to own firearms to store them in a vehicle at the state capitol complex

    HB2143 would nullify any federal law regarding firearms that are made and kept in the state

    HB2170 would require the state attorney general to fight any future state, federal or local law that restricts the right to bear arms

    HB2221 would drop the concealed carry license fee to $25

    HB2223 would recognize active military stationed within the state as residents in relation to concealed carry licenses

    HB2305 would further limit local governments from restricting the carrying of firearms

    SB149 would exempt honorably discharged vets from concealed license fees

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

    US Congress

    HB33 would restrict the interstate sales of firearms

    HB38 is the national concealed carry reciprocity act reintroduced

    HB49 would require ATF to report to congress all firearm background checks that failed to complete within 3 days

    HB8 is a universal background check bill

    SB42 is a universal background check bill

    SB69 is the concealed reciprocity bill of 2017 reintroduced

    SB7 would give grant money to any state that has an extreme risk protection order law enacted and it's sponsored by two Republicans

    https://amgoa.org/Proposed-Federal-Gun-Legislation
     
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    looks like a full out assault on the 2nd amendment.
     
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    Moved to committee today in Virginia legislature: HB 2492 that will ban possession of the following with no grandfather clause.
    C. For purposes of this section, "assault firearm" means any semi-automatic center-fire rifle or pistol that expels single or multiple projectiles by action of an explosion of a combustible material and is equipped at the time of the offense with a magazine which that will hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition or designed by the manufacturer to accommodate a silencer or equipped with a folding stock
     
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    From VA legislation tracker, the relevant part of HB 2492 is: http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?191+ful+HB2492
    For the purposes of VA law, if I remember correctly, "designed by the manufacturer to accommodate a silencer" means anything with a threaded barrel.

    That Remington 700 with a threaded barrel? Assault weapon.

    Ruger MK with a threaded barrel? Assault weapon.
     
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    Text is posted now. It's quite a... thing.

    https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/senate-bill/66/text

    They didn't even bother to update the dates in some places...

     
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    Part of me says take these traitors and hang um and the other part says no there will be a rope ban.
     
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    I just read the bill. What a mess. It's based on existing law, which was enacted after the Kansi incident and is poorly drafted to begin with. Magazine capacity of over ten rounds is important if the gun is equipped with such a magazine "at the time of the offense." That means you should be OK as long as the magazine is out of the gun. (Buy 10-rounders for all your pistols just to be safe.) More worrisome is the language "designed to accommodate a silencer" (threaded barrel) and the mention of a folding stock. Would pinning a flash hider permanently in place, and pinning a folding stock permanently in the open position be enough to get around this? That would remain to be seen. I'm at least glad they didn't mention bayonet lugs.

    The magazine ban provision applies to "importation, sale, barter, or transfer" of over-10-round magazines. Mere possession is not affected. That means that (unlike what was done in New Jersey) the magazine provision has a form of grandfathering. They avoid the compensation issue and also potential conflict with the Virginia Uniform Machine Gun Act.
    No. It has to be a semiautomatic before the threaded barrel becomes relevant.
    No. It has to be a center-fire weapon.
     
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    Whoops, got ahead of myself seems like.
     
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    This outcome was expected -- by both sides. I could tell that the antigunners weren't serious by how sloppily drafted the AWB bill was. But watch out -- these bills are placeholders for what is to come after the November elections.
     
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    Here's this week's list of newly introduced bills. At this point (only 20 days into the new sessions) there have been 509 firearm related bills introduced in the state legislatures, 221 of them anti-gun and 124 pro-gun.

    Since there are so many of them I added colors to the bill number to show whether they are progun or anti-gun (green for pro and red for anti)

    AZ

    HB2161 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HB2247 would ban bump stocks and all other trigger accelerators

    HB2248 is a universal background check bill

    HB2257 would make anyone (person organization etc) that creates a gun free zone civilly liable if something happens

    HCR2012 is a universal background check bill

    CA

    AJR4 is a joint resolution asking congress to pass universal background checks

    CT

    HB05302 would allow anyone who has a firearm permit to carry in state parks

    HB05345 would require firearms to be locked up in the home when minors live there

    HB05700 would increase sales taxes on guns and ammunition

    HB05725 is a 'ghost gun' bill

    HB05759 would require firearms to be locked up in home where anyone lives that has a psychiatric condition

    SB00059 would make dementia a disqualifying factor for firearm sales and carry licenses and would allow seizure firearms

    SB00060 would require anyone open carrying to show their carry license to police if asked

    SB00089 would outlaw 'ghost guns'

    SB00090 would require anyone open carrying to show their license to police if asked

    SB00091 would require 'safe storage' of firearms in all homes

    SB00092 would outlaw 3D printed firearms

    SB00098 would require anyone open carrying to show their license to police if asked

    SB00158 is another 'ghost gun' bill

    SB00161 would limit handgun sales to one per month

    SB00169 would establish a rebuttable presumption in a self-defense claim that when a person believes it necessary to use deadly force to repel an intruder, such belief is a reasonable belief.

    SB00173 would prevent any government official from limiting firearm rights during a civil emergency

    FL

    S0364 would ban firearms from performing arts centers and theaters

    GA

    HB20 would make anyone convicted of an act of 'family violence' a prohibited person

    HI

    HB25 would prohibit anyone from storing firearms or ammunition in hotel rooms

    HB342 would prohibit any investment in firearm companies by the Hawaii Strategic Development Corporation

    HB720 would make it a crime to not report lost or stolen firearms

    SB237 would raise the maximum number of rounds a pistol magazine can hold up to 17 (was 10)

    SB238 would make the state a shall issue state

    SB245 would make it legal to own stun guns

    SB305 would eliminate the ban on stun guns

    SB556 would prohibit anyone on the terrorist watch list from buying firearms

    SB600 would prohibit anyone under 21 from bringing a firearm into the state

    SB621 would require all lost or stolen firearms to be reported to police

    IA

    HF11 would make parents civilly liable if a minor get hold of a firearm of theirs and causes damages

    HF17 would make carrying a firearm on capitol grounds and in the capitol illegal

    HF31 would outlaw multi-burst trigger activators

    HF32 would make the state a shall issue state

    SSB1017 would allow carrying on school property when the person carrying is picking up or dropping off a student

    IL

    HB0274 would prevent local governments from pulling business licenses just because the business allows concealed carry in their business

    HB0367 would change the recently passed law that requires dealer to be certified by the state to only require certification if the dealer has sold 3 or more firearms that were used in the commission of a crime

    IN

    SB0468 is a universal background check bill

    MD

    HB95 would prohibit a prohibited person from owning antique firearms

    MN

    HF201 would strengthen use of force laws and remove the duty to retreat

    MO

    HB545 would create extreme risk protection orders

    MS

    HB407 would outlaw bump stocks

    HB524 would prohibit employers from banning carrying concealed by employees if they have a permit and a training endorsement

    HB568 would restore an non-violent felons rights to firearm possession once they have completed their sentences

    HB588 would eliminate the once a year sales tax exemption on firearms and accessories

    NE

    LB343 would allow teachers and school staff to carry firearms

    NH

    HB514 would impose a 7 day waiting period on all firearm and ammunition sales

    HB564 would make it a crime to carry into a 'safe school zone'

    HB687 would create extreme risk protection orders

    NJ

    A4898 would prohibit leaving a loaded firearm within easy access of anyone under 18

    NY

    A00859 would set up non-resident carry license

    A00890 would create a ten day waiting period on all firearm sales

    A01007 would outlaw marksmanship and shooting programs in public schools

    A01054 would add layer upon layer of new restrictions on gun dealers

    A01247 would make it illegal to take your children (under 12) to a gun show

    A01251 would require all semi auto handguns sold in the state to be equipped with micro stamping technology

    A01413 would make it illegal to have a firearm as a prize in any game of chance

    A01589 would require anyone wishing to buy a firearm to first have a mental health evaluation and submit proof of it to the dealer

    A01594 would require anyone transporting 5 or more weapons to have a separate storage area secured by a padlock

    A01697 would prohibit any warnings about firearm ownership on firearm applications

    A01701 would make a license to possess a firearm could be used to carry concealed

    A01715 would prohibit educational institutions from allowing anyone to employee to carry firearms

    A01724 would limit the sale of ammunition for 'assault weapons' to two times the magazine capacity every 120 days

    A01738 would require gun dealers to report all sales that are denied to state police

    S01231 would allow military personnel to carry service issued firearms at recruitment centers

    S01337 would outlaw any device that accelerates the rate of fire of a firearm

    S01412 would require anyone applying or renewing a firearm license to first apply for a hunting license and to provide a notarized drug test results, a notarized mental health screening and complete a live fire training course

    S01413 would require anyone applying for or renewing a firearm license to allow a search of their social media posts and search engine queries

    S01414 is yet another 'ghost gun' bill

    S01764 would require firearms to be locked up in the home

    S01831 would create a 10 day waiting period on all firearm sales

    S01834 would limit firearm sales to one per month

    OK

    HB1111 would add more exemptions on law regarding carrying of firearms where liquor is served

    HB1142 is a constitutional carry bill

    HB1197 would severely limit carrying on public property

    HB1214 would require anyone wishing to get a carry license to be a resident of the state for at least 5 years

    HB2010 strengthens preemption of local governments from passing firearm and ammunition restrictions

    HB2011 would place the burden of proof when someone claims immunity for use of force on the state

    HB2072 would prohibit businesses from prohibiting employees from storing firearms in their vehicles

    HB2335 would prohibit local governments from using tax money for any anti 2nd amendment propaganda

    HB2336 would allow anyone with a concealed carry license and who also meets the requirements of a school board to carry on school property

    HB2457 would create extreme risk protection orders

    HB2597 is a constitutional carry bill

    SB345 would modify laws regarding where a firearm can be carry to accommodate constitutional carry

    SB431 would require anyone that comes in contact with law enforcement to notify them they are carrying a firearm

    SB669 would waive the fees for a firearm license for military personnel

    SB671 would allow for the carrying of firearms on school property as long as the person has a carry license and meets the requirements of the school board

    SB775 would strengthen preemption of local firearm and ammunition laws

    SB781 would prohibit employers from prohibiting employees from storing firearms in their vehicles

    SB796 would make sales of firearms tax free after 2019

    SB894 would strengthen preemption of local firearm and ammunition laws

    SB897 would place the burden of proof in self defense cases on the state and if it was justified would give civil immunity to the person

    SB959 would grant an exemption for purchasing firearms to anyone who has a medical marijuana card (but the federal government still prohibits it)

    SB991 would place the burden of proof in self defense cases on the state and if it was justified would give civil immunity to the person

    SJR16 is a joint resolution to place a question on the ballot to strengthen the wording of article II of the state constitution (right to bear arms)

    RI

    H5151 would add an excise tax on firearm sales

    S0084 would outlaw 3D printed firearms

    SD

    HB1056 would strengthen preemption of local laws regarding firearms and ammunition

    VA

    HB2797 would require a person to be 21 to buy an 'assault' weapon

    SB1748 would outlaw magazines that hold more than 10 rounds

    VT

    H0056 would allow suppressors to be used for hunting

    S0001 would repeal law that would have prevented large capacity magazines to be transported into the state for competitions

    S0002 would allow the transfer of large capacity magazines to immediate family members upon the owners death

    S0003 would redefine large capacity magazines as any magazine that holds more than 30 rounds

    S0022 would require any transfer of firearms to wait 48 hours after the completion of a background check

    S0026 would outlaw 3D printed firearms

    WA

    HB1203 would make it a crime to not report a lost or stolen firearm within 5 days

    HB1225 would require any law enforcement who responds to a potential domestic abuse call to seize all firearms if the officer thinks a crime has been committed

    HB1286 is an 'assault weapon' ban

    HB1315 would basically allow sheriffs as long as they want to issue carry license

    HB1319 would create a massive new list of places were you can't carry and would allow local governments to enact their own laws

    HB1346 would prohibit the sales and use of lead ammo to anyone under 21 years old

    SB5172 would require any legislator that wishes to introduce a firearm related bill to show proof they have taken a firearm training course

    SB5181 would make anyone committed for mental evaluation a prohibited person for 6 months after their release

    SB5260 would repeal emergency powers of the governor regarding firearms during a state of emergency

    SB5340 would ban the sale of 'assault weapons' and any magazine that holds more than 10 rounds

    WV

    HB2467 would set up non-resident concealed carry licenses

    HB2519 would allow concealed carry on college campuses provided the person has a license

    WY

    HB0183 would almost completely eliminate gun free zones

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

    US Congress

    HB155 would remove suppressors from the definition of firearms in so far as the NFA act, it would also preempt state laws regarding suppressors and would require all NFA records of suppressors to be destroyed

    HB175 would add ammunition to existing law regarding transporting firearm across state lines when the person is legal to own in their state and in the state they are traveling to

    HB282 is an 'assault weapon' ban bill

    SB66 is a full blown 'assault weapon' ban and a large capacity magazine ban

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