Posted May 16, 2016 9:07 pm by Comments

On Monday, May 16, the Senate Appropriations Committee passed and sent nine anti-gun bills straight to the Senate floor. This move is of great concern not only for the egregious subject matter of the bills but because of the speed the bills are moving. Generally bills with a fiscal note that exceeds $150,000 are sent to the Suspense file for later consideration. These bills meet that criteria but were still granted a pass to proceed. Further, four of the bills covered a completely separate subject matter just two weeks ago and were only given policy consideration in a single chamber having passed the previous chamber under the original subject matter. With this clearly expedited urgency, the bills could be considered on the floor and sent to the Governor within a matter of weeks if not days. …Read the Rest

Source:: NRA-ILA

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