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Mar092013

Colorado Puts Law Abiding Citizens in Harms Way While South Dakota Protects Children

Support the states that support Second Amendment civil rights.  We have a choices.  States like New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, Illinois, Hawaii and now Colorado are enemies of law abiding gun owners and Second Amendment civil rights. 

South Dakota became the first state in the nation to enact a law explicitly authorizing school employees to carry guns on the job, under a measure signed into law on Friday by Gov. Dennis Daugaard.

See “Follow Up” below for news on Georgia, a “good guy” state seeking to restore Second Amendment rights that previous legislatures have eroded. 

Yesterday Colorado took further steps to punish law abiding citizens for the acts of criminals and mad men.  As usual the proposed legislation will have no affect on criminals as it restricts law abiding citizens ability to  defend themselves from madmen and criminals.

• ​Online gun certification: ​Senate Bill 195, banning online certification for concealed carry permits and requiring people to attend classes in person — advances in Senate

• ​Liability for “assault”-style weapons: Senate Bill 196, holding manufacturers and sellers of semiautomatic weapons liable for violence committed with them — ​killed by sponsor

 

​• Limits on high-capacity ammunition:​ House Bill 1224, limiting gun ammunition magazines to 15 rounds but amended to not outlaw the “standard shotgun”advances in Senate

​• Gun ban on college campuses:  House Bill 1226, banning concealed weapons on college campuses — ​killed by sponsor

​• Background check fee:​ House Bill 1228, requiring gun buyers to pay for their own background checks — ​advances in Senate

• Universal background checks:​ House Bill 1229, requiring background checks for all gun transfers, including private sales — advances in Senate

[via the Denver Post]

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