Missouri Measure Nullifying Federal Gun Laws Fails In State Senate

An effort by Missouri legislators to expand gun rights and make federal gun regulations unenforceable failed by one vote in the state Senate Wednesday night, as the body’s top two Republican officials voted to sustain a veto by the Democratic governor.

Senators voted 22-12 to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of the legislation, failing to reach the required two-thirds threshold by a single vote. Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey and Majority Leader
Ron Richard were the only two GOP members to vote against the legislation, which declared that any federal policies that “infringe on the people’s right to keep and bear arms” shall be invalid in Missouri. It would have created state misdemeanor charges against federal authorities who attempted to enforce those laws or anyone who published the identity of a gun owner. Another provision could have allowed police and prosecutors to be targeted with lawsuits for attempting to enforce the nullified laws.

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One thought on “Missouri Measure Nullifying Federal Gun Laws Fails In State Senate

  1. Awesome. More Democrats in disguise. They really are everywhere these days aren’t they? Not to worry gentlemen… once you’re outed… let’s hope your constituents don’t make that mistake again.

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