2019 - 2020 Newly Proposed State And Federal Firearm Bills

2019 - 2020 Newly Proposed State And Federal Firearm Bills

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    2019 - 2020 Newly Proposed State And Federal Firearm Bills

    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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    OH, TX, SD and WY are the only places with any sense
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    Nothing for Ohio or Texas yet ... key word 'yet'
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotBrass45 View Post
    OH, TX, SD and WY are the only places with any sense
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    That's putting TX and OH on a pretty high pedestal, especially given their issues in the area of CCW restricted locations.
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    Does this help a bit? https://legiscan.com/TX

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    There are a few gun bills up for Texas, all pro gun if I recall. HB357 is for constitutional carry, it's been brought to the floor many times, but has failed, seems it will do the same this session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebleyHunter View Post
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    That's putting TX and OH on a pretty high pedestal, especially given their issues in the area of CCW restricted locations.
    Lots of unresolved carry issues in Ohio, for sure.
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    The California legislator continue to pour their own Kool Aid and drink it all up.
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    It seems some of these states, Colorado being a good example, dont know if they are coming or going. Multiple bills for essentially the same thing. I thought Virginia was already constitutional carry. Maybe it's just permit for concealed or open carry only, not constitutional.

    Kansas may get a few changes within the next year or two. Democratic Governor. Wants to ban bump stocks, and possibly change who can buy "assault weapons"
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    "Shall not be infringed."

    Yeah, sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt2k View Post
    "Shall not be infringed."

    Yeah, sure.
    Then it just may be Time to Enforce that! Coming to a City near You SOON!. Prepare!!!!!.
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    2019 - 2020 Newly Proposed State And Federal Firearm Bills

    The Virginia list is going to grow, because the Governor wants a lot more.

    “Governor Ralph Northam today announced a comprehensive package of legislation that will prevent gun violence and improve the safety of Virginia’s citizens and communities. The package includes measures to require universal background checks; establish an Extreme Risk Protective Order; reinstate Virginia’s One Handgun a Month law; prohibit individuals subject to final protective orders from possessing firearms; ban assault firearms; prevent children from accessing firearms; and require individuals to report lost or stolen firearms to law enforcement.”

    https://www.governor.virginia.gov/ne...837540-en.html

    Quote Originally Posted by Workaholic View Post
    It seems some of these states, Colorado being a good example, dont know if they are coming or going. Multiple bills for essentially the same thing. I thought Virginia was already constitutional carry. Maybe it's just permit for concealed or open carry only, not constitutional.

    Kansas may get a few changes within the next year or two. Democratic Governor. Wants to ban bump stocks, and possibly change who can buy "assault weapons"
    Virginia does not require a permit for open carry, but concealed carry does require a permit.
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