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BREAKING: Another State Creates More Firearm Reform Bills… Do you Agree with this Proposed Bill?

Chris “Badger” Thomas RIGHT WING TRIBUNE

A measure to tighten Connecticut’s firearm storage law is expected to be on a shortlist of gun reform bills tackled in the upcoming legislative session, the CT Post reports.

The proposal will likely come amid advocates’ attempts to shepherd other legislation banning untraceable ghost guns and 3D-printed plastic guns through the legislative process. Advocates hope to build on the momentum of past gun control efforts that, according to the Giffords Law Center, have left Connecticut with the third strongest gun laws in the country.

Connecticut Against Gun Violence Executive Director Jeremy said his organization will focus on getting those three gun reform measures passed in the next legislative session.

The proposal, called Ethan’s Law, would close a perceived loophole in the state’s current gun storage legislation. The current statute requires only loaded firearms to be properly stored if a minor is likely to gain access to them. The bill would amend the law to require that all firearms, even those that are unloaded, be stored properly. It would also raise the age of those considered a minor from under the age of 16 to 18.

The proposal will likely come amid advocates’ attempts to shepherd other legislation banning untraceable ghost guns and 3D-printed plastic guns through the legislative process. Advocates hope to build on the momentum of past gun control efforts that, according to the Giffords Law Center, have left Connecticut with the third strongest gun laws in the country.

Stein said will also examine ways to potentially strengthen the state’s “red flag law,” which allows two law enforcement officers, or one state’s attorney, to petition the court for an “extreme risk protection order” to temporarily take away an individual’s guns.

The Constitution and our Amendments are in place to “protect” citizens yet the system always seems t find a way to over-reach and violate our sacred rights and every time they claim it is for our “safety”.

The bottom line is whatever firearm rights you believe you have, they are not the same as what the ATF and other agencies say you have.  Our government does not allow a citizen to be protected by the Bill of Rights anymore, now you only have the rights you can afford.  Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Please tell us why!

Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

GOD BLESS.

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