None of the legislation is ‘anti-gun’ in any sense of the word. The most interesting two are:
â€¢ House Bill 2517, sponsored by Rep. Steve Smith, R-Maricopa, would impose fines on cities, towns and their lawmakers who enforce gun ordinances more strictly than the state’s own laws. The bill would impose a civil penalty of up to $5,000 on city and town governments that violate the statute. It would also allow the state to sue individual government officials, such as city councilors, and would prohibit them from using public funds to defend themselves in court.
â€¢ House Bill 2483 would ban cities, counties and towns from restricting the shooting of guns on private property. The bill was sponsored by Rep. John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills.
More at the link. I like that last one, especially. Here in Vermont, some towns do have areas where “the discharge of firearms is prohibited.” Mostly those towns are populated by people from away.
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