Nebraska: Infringements on Right to Arms Defeated for 2020
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- On 21 February, 2020, hundreds of Second Amendment supporters showed up at the Nebraska legislature to exercise their First and Second Amendment rights. They were there to stop proposed infringements on the right to keep and bear arms. They were successful.
Governor Pete Ricketts tweeted in support of the Second Amendment defenders.
In Nebraska, bills are sent to a priority list by individual senators or by being voted on in committee. Because the time the legislature is in session is limited, if a bill does not make it to the list, it is virtually killed off for the year. You can check the finalized priority list for the Nebraska legislature here.
LB58 and LB816 did not make it to the list. 21 February was the last day to make it to the priority list for 2020.
This year, the threats to the right to keep and bear arms were defeated. They will be back. In summation, here are the two bills and their titles in the Nebraska …Read the Rest