It’s amazing, the contrast, between different states regarding firearms.
Massachusetts lawmakers are planning a series of public hearings across the state on proposed changes to the stateâ€™s gun laws.
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The committee is looking at more than 60 gun bills that touch on everything from mental health and school safety to background checks and hunting issues.
Amongst other measures, a one-gun-per-month bill, restrictions on kinds of ammo you can buy, and “universal background checks” at gun shows. It’s a safe bet that few if any of the “60 gun bills” will be expanding gun rights.
South Carolina is close to passing a bill allowing guns in bars and restaurants. The measure, which passed the state house 100 to 12 Tuesday, will likely go to the state senate.
A similar bill is being considered in North Carolina.
I’ll tell ya’, if I didn’t have so much family living in this area I’d relocate in a moment’s notice. And, if Vermont ever does decide to start infringing gun rights, I’ll do it anyway.
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