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TX lawmakers tyring to inro. bills criminalizing gun control law enforcement..

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re: TX lawmakers tyring to inro. bills criminalizing gun control law enforcement..
good

i hope more follow


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re: TX lawmakers tyring to inro. bills criminalizing gun control law enforcement..
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State lawmakers this week considered a series of proposals that would prevent federal interference with gun ownership by Texans, including some that would make it a crime for federal agents to do so.


Interesting.

Good for Texas.


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re: TX lawmakers tyring to inro. bills criminalizing gun control law enforcement..
I think it is good that TX is taking a stance. I am not sure that they are thinking it through though.


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good

i hope more follow


They are.

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At least 20 states have had some kind of firearm-related legislation recently introduced or currently pending: Texas, Utah, Arizona, Alaska, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Wyoming, Missouri, North Dakota, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Nebraska, New Mexico, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Iowa, Indiana, and Montana.


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In Virginia, Delegate Bob Marshall (R) is among those trying a different approach. “If you start saying you’re going to start arresting federal agents per se, you’re in big trouble,” Marshall said. “People whip out the supremacy clause. I know a bunch of people don’t like that, but that’s going to happen. … Ours, it says, ‘OK, it’s your show. You pay for it. We’re not applauding.’” Marshall’s bill, HB 2340, which was presented Jan. 18, doesn’t take federal laws head-on. Instead, it prevents any agency or employee of the state from assisting the federal government with investigations or prosecutions related to laws or regulations put in place after Dec. 31, 2012 that infringe “the individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms by imposing new restrictions on private ownership or private transfer of firearms, firearm magazines, ammunition, or components thereof.” Marshall’s idea is to withhold investigative resources and information from the federal government, which he believes would make new firearms measures unenforceable.

This is the smart way to do it. Not trying to go head to head with federal agents.


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