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Michigan: House to Consider Requiring Firearms Be Made Unavailable for Self-Defense
As early as tonight, the House may bring to the floor a bill package to impose a one-size-fits-all firearm storage requirement to make them unavailable for self-defense.
Idaho: House Passes Gun Owner Credit Card Privacy Bill
On Monday, the House voted 66-4 to pass House Bill 295, to prohibit credit card issuers from surveilling gun owners. The bill will now go to the Senate for further consideration.
Colorado: House Waiting Period Bill up for Senate Floor Vote Tomorrow!
The anti-gun majority kept their promise to impose an extreme gun control agenda for the 2023 Legislative Session. Today, Senate Bill 23-169, a bill that denies Second Amendment rights to young adults, passed out of committee and will be sent to the House Floor for consideration. Tomorrow, House Bill 23-1219, a bill that imposes an arbitrary three-day waiting period between firearm purchases and possession, is scheduled for a full Senate vote TOMORROW morning, March 21. Please contact your Colorado lawmakers NOW and ask them to OPPOSE Senate Bill 23-169, House Bill 23-1219, and ALL anti-gun bills that would place further burdens on law-abiding gun owners and sportsmen!
Alaska: Emergency Powers Bill Passes First Committee
Today, the House Community and Regional Affairs Committee approved House Bill 61, to ensure that Second Amendment rights remain protected for Alaskans during emergencies. It now goes to the House State Affairs Committee for further consideration.
California: San Francisco Supervisors Considering Firearm Tax
Today, the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco will consider whether to adopt File #230305, a resolution in support of Assembly Bill 28, which states the Legislature’s intent to impose a tax on firearms and ammunition.
Alaska: House Committee Hearing Emergency Powers Bill
Today, starting at 8:00AM, the House Community and Regional Affairs Committee will hear House Bill 61, to ensure that Second Amendment rights remain protected for Alaskans during emergencies.