Posted January 25, 2023 12:15 pm by Comments

By Iain Graeme

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Background check expansions are on the move in the “Industry” State and we’re counting on you to help block H.B. 225 & 226 leaving the House Committee on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice today at 2:00 PM!
H.B. 225 requires agencies to run a background check when returning a firearm to an individual from evidence.
It also necessitates that courts report criminal information to the Criminal Investigations and Technical Service Division to provide all the relationship connections between the victim and the perpetrator.
If that shocking data collection scheme were not enough, H.B. 225 requires the Bureau of Criminal Identification to inform local law enforcement agencies with jurisdiction over a firearms dealer when a restricted person attempts to purchase a firearm from that dealer! Meaning that your information will be sent to your local sheriff or police department when a false positive denial occurs.
Under H.B. 226, the legislation creates an online process that allows an individual involved in the sale of a firearm to determine if the

Source: Gun Owners of America

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