Massachusetts: Anti-Gun Legislation Scheduled for Committee Hearing

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The Massachusetts state-building. IMG NRA-ILA

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Today, January 25th, the Joint Committee on the Judiciary will hold a public hearing on two anti-gun bills.  NRA members and Second Amendment supporters are invited to attend this meeting remotely starting at 10:00 AM, to oppose S.2607 and H.4303.  Click here for information on how to attend this meeting and make your voice heard.

S. 2607 and H. 4303 alter Massachusetts’ so-called “assault weapons” ban by prohibiting the manufacture of these firearms, with very limited exceptions.  This legislation constitutes a direct attack on the Second Amendment and the fundamental rights of law-abiding Massachusetts citizens.

A pair of Department of Justice-funded studies of the federal “assault weapon” ban of 1994 – 2004 found the ban ineffective because “assault weapons” are rarely used to commit violent crimes. This legislation is misguided, will not improve public safety, and will do nothing to prevent criminals who are already prohibited from possessing a firearm from obtaining one.  This is an arbitrary ban that is simply anti-gun virtue signaling.

Again, for more information on how to attend this meeting and make your voice heard, click here.  Your NRA-ILA will continue to monitor this legislation and keep you informed of its status.

Stay-tuned to www.nraila.org for further updates on issues affecting our Second Amendment rights.


About NRA-ILA:

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lucky

Cars kill we don’t eliminate them..

swmft

tesla on self drive killed a bicyclist , one of their autonomous test cars. so worse than a gun.

Wild Bill

So who do the authorities charge with vehicular manslaughter? What is his name? The guy that owns Tesla, the programer, the satellite company?

swmft

the company paid the family , but i think the case is still open unresolved almost 3 years now

willyd

What about the pedestrian that was killed in Las Vegas, by a Uber driver less car with all of the safety sensors turned off???

willyd

They are trying these self drive cars, trucks, AND planes, my son when to school for computers, good at it but I asked him how many times his computer crashes and if you are relying on a pilotless plane who was going to trip it back on line when it would crashed, NO ANSWER, walked out the door!!!!!!!! That was just a simple question??????