Simple Missouri bill preserves 2nd Amendment rights

by John Lily, News-Leader.com  |  published on November 21, 2013

The 2014 session of the Missouri legislature is already starting off with a step backward.

Instead of starting over with a good Second Amendment Preservation Act, the Missouri Republican legislators are starting off the upcoming session where they left off at the override session with an unconstitutional bill that they have made worse.

In the September veto override session, HB 436, the Second Amendment Preservation Act, passed the House along a party-line vote with barely enough votes to override the veto. It then failed, by one vote, in an override vote in the Senate.

The two Republican senators who voted against the override were Ron Richard and Tom Dempsey.

After the veto session, Richard stated he would introduce a bill in the next session that would be a good bill. Unfortunately, that is not the case.

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