May
23
Nevada: Senate Passes Bill to Criminalize Private Firearm Transfers Without Dealer-Run Check

Senate Bill 221 passed in the state Senate yesterday by a party line 11-10 vote.  The provisions in SB 221 are dangerous and can only be enforced with firearm registration.  SB 221 will now be sent to the state Assembly where it can be considered soon.  Contact your state Assemblyman TODAY and urge him or her to OPPOSE and VOTE AGAINST SB 221.
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May
15
Maine: Bill would criminalize traditional gun shows

A gun-control bill calling for background checks at gun shows has been temporarily set aside.The bill scheduled for debate Tuesday was tabled and could be taken up again as soon as Wednesday. It would require that a national instant criminal background check be performed prior to the sale or transfer of a firearm at a gun show. The bill would require gun show operators to post signs at gun shows to notify exhibitors of the background check requirement. Failure to perform a background check could result in a $ 2,500 fine, not $ 10,000 as initially proposed.
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Mar
11
Delaware Update: Hearing Time Rescheduled for Bill to Criminalize Private Sales

In January, Governor Jack Markell (D) unleashed a five-point plan to subject Delaware to sweeping gun control measures, as reported by NRA-ILA.  Last week, the latest of his measures was filed as House Bill 35.  HB 35 has been referred to the House Judiciary Committee that scheduled a hearing for it this Wednesday, March 13 at 12:30 pm in the House Majority Hearing Room in Legislative Hall and public comment will be accepted. 
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Mar
08
Delaware: Committee Hearing on Wednesday for Bill to Criminalize Private Firearms Transfers

Governor Jack Markell (D) unleashed a five-point plan to subject Delaware to sweeping gun control measures in January, as reported by NRA-ILA.  Today, the latest of his measures was filed as House Bill 35.  HB 35 has been referred to the House Judiciary Committee which has scheduled a hearing for it on Wednesday, March 13 at 1:00 pm in the House Majority Hearing Room in Legislative Hall and public comment will be accepted.  Please contact members of the House Judiciary Committee IMMEDIATELY, and go to Dover on Wednesday to testify against HB 35.
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