DEVELOPING: This State Just Made a Move to Nullify Federal Gun Control

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Conservative Tribune

This could be a huge win for supporters of the 2nd Amendment.

Kentucky State Rep. Diane St. Onge recently filed House Bill 13 (HB13) with language that instructs the Kentucky House, “to take all appropriate action to safeguard Kentuckian’s rights to possess firearms in accordance with the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States and Section 1 of the Constitution of Kentucky.” (H/T ShallNot)

A bill of this magnitude that utilizes the anti-commandeering doctrine, which can be described as a legal doctrine formulated under several Supreme Court cases to refuse to help the feds enforce federal law, could be the much needed spark that starts the fire needed for more state houses to file and introduce similar legislation to protect American’s right to bear arms, and to allow states to make the rules without federal intervention.

 

St. Onge’s bill will nullify federal gun laws on the books for the state of Kentucky, which is shown in the bill language below:

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Florida Makes Move to Nullify Federal Gun Laws

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On Monday, Rep. Dan Eagle (R-Cape Coral) introduced HB733.  The legislation is titled The Second Amendment Protection Act, modeled after similar legislation being introduced in state legislatures across the United States.

The legislation states that no agent of the state or its political subdivisions may participate with or assist federal agents in the enforcement of federal firearms laws, or provide material support of any kind to federal agents in the enforcement of these laws. State agents and/or contractors who knowingly participate in or provide support for the enforcement of federal firearms laws would be subject to dismissal.

 

Rep. Eagle said, The Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution expressly provides that all powers not delegated to the federal government are reserved to the states. Time and time again, Florida has proven that we have the best solutions to our own issues, whether it be healthcare, education, or our balanced budget, which is accomplished without raising taxes. When it comes to protecting our fundamental Second Amendment rights guaranteed by the Constitution, I believe it is best left to be handled by Floridians for Floridians.”

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