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NC Restaurant and park carry bill introduced

This is a discussion on NC Restaurant and park carry bill introduced within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by ronny44 Did this bill just die or what is happening with it? Any info would be great. Stuck in Senate Judiciary II ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronny44 View Post
    Did this bill just die or what is happening with it? Any info would be great.
    Stuck in Senate Judiciary II still


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    Quote Originally Posted by ronny44 View Post
    Did this bill just die or what is happening with it? Any info would be great.
    This is the response I got from my Senator who is the Co Chair committee it's in.

    Since the crossover deadline is June 9, the Senate is focusing on mostly Senate bills that have to pass prior to that date. If they donít, they canít be considered this session. In regard to 2nd amendment type bills, I think that ultimately there will probably be several of those that are consolidated into one bill later in the session and passed as a whole. I get your point on the Guice amendment. Will discuss it in committee. Thanks for your input.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefjason View Post
    This is the response I got from my Senator who is the Co Chair committee it's in.

    Since the crossover deadline is June 9, the Senate is focusing on mostly Senate bills that have to pass prior to that date. If they don’t, they can’t be considered this session. In regard to 2nd amendment type bills, I think that ultimately there will probably be several of those that are consolidated into one bill later in the session and passed as a whole. I get your point on the Guice amendment. Will discuss it in committee. Thanks for your input.
    I would worry about a consolidated bill being harder to pass since that would create an all or nothing 2A bill. Seems like that would also mean that bills that have passed the house, and get consolidated in the senate, would have to go back to the house a second time if it passes the senate votes.

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    Dont forget. If this bill does pass liberal "Maw" Bev Purdue still has to sign it. She loves her "veto" pen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wormy View Post
    Dont forget. If this bill does pass liberal "Maw" Bev Purdue still has to sign it. She loves her "veto" pen.
    Just tell her it will raise tax revenue, she will sign anything.
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    She's already said she will sign it. Very supportive of 2A

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    Quote Originally Posted by playingD View Post
    I would worry about a consolidated bill being harder to pass since that would create an all or nothing 2A bill. Seems like that would also mean that bills that have passed the house, and get consolidated in the senate, would have to go back to the house a second time if it passes the senate votes.
    I was wondering something along that line too. But if you keep up with the mishmash laws that are being considered now. Some of them are interfering with others. For example, this one passed the house with an amendment to allow the local governments to ban firearms in certain parks. HB 650 completely removes their ability to do that. They may have to consolidate them to keep them from contradicting each other. And I would think it would have to go back to the house too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefjason View Post
    I was wondering something along that line too. But if you keep up with the mishmash laws that are being considered now. Some of them are interfering with others. For example, this one passed the house with an amendment to allow the local governments to ban firearms in certain parks. HB 650 completely removes their ability to do that. They may have to consolidate them to keep them from contradicting each other. And I would think it would have to go back to the house too.
    Or they just let 650 pass, and leave the other one on the table :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tflhndn View Post
    Or they just let 650 pass, and leave the other one on the table :)
    I'd be fine with that too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefjason View Post
    I'd be fine with that too!
    But if we can't get 650, at least the other one has crossed over already :) The elephant is eaten one bite at a time

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